video cameraThe men and women who work at Narconon are dedicated to helping people find the help they need in the fight against addiction. They are always looking for new ways to reach out to people who are struggling with addiction or who are looking for solutions to help a friend or family member who is an addict. Narconon spreads its message of hope and recovery in a variety of ways, including traditional advertising, websites, public service announcements, passing out literature on the street, and participating in community events, to name only a few. Read the rest of this entry »

trayvon martin drug useWas Trayvon Martin killed because of his race?

George Zimmerman’s recent acquittal on charges of second-degree murder has sparked protests and even riots in cities across the United States. Tens of thousands of Americans, many of them in African-American communities throughout the nation, have taken to the streets to voice the emotion and outrage they feel over the shooting by a 28-year-old man of a 17-year-old boy how was walking alone at night wearing a hooded sweatshirt and carrying bags of Skittles and cans of Arizona Iced Tea. USA Today carried a recent report on the protests, mentioning that a rallying cry heard in many of the gatherings is “No justice, no peace.” In addition to the protests, there have also been reports of violence on the streets of Los Angeles, Oakland and other cities, with flash mobs and rioters assaulting bystanders and journalists, breaking windows and even storming into a Wal-Mart store before being apprehended by police officers. The Trayvon Martin case has rekindled the national debate about race relations, discrimination and equality. Central to the issue is the question of whether George Zimmerman’s actions in following Martin on the night of the shooting constituted racial profiling. NBC’s “Today” show added fuel to the fire last year when it was caught re-editing audio from Zimmerman’s 911 call, making it appear that he told the dispatcher, “This guy looks like he’s up to no good, he looks black,” which would clearly indicate racial prejudice on his part. What Mr. Zimmerman actually said in the full and un-edited recording, was, “This guy looks like he’s up to no good. Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining, and he’s just walking around, looking about,” after which the dispatcher inquired as to the ethnicity of Mr. Martin, eliciting Zimmerman’s response of, “He looks black.” Read the rest of this entry »

The Office of National Drug Control Policy swings into action to fight addiction and deaths resulting from prescription drug abuse with a new strategy to impose more control on the prescription of opioids. Read the rest of this entry »
Drugs of abuse or addiction that also cause lowered defenses or amnesia are involved in hundreds of thousands of rapes each year, but due to the amnesia, a young woman may not know exactly what happened after wards. Read the rest of this entry »
Increasingly, cocaine and ecstasy supplies are found to be cut with drugs too dangerous to be used on humans. Read the rest of this entry »
Find Narconon report news updates of December 2009. Press releases and information about the Narconon program for alcohol and other drugs Read the rest of this entry »