The final component of the programme consists of a series of Life Skills Courses. These courses seek to give the individual tools to help him remain drug-free.
The result is freedom from addiction.
A Global Success Story
Today, Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres operate in more than 20 nations—a global network of rehabilitation centres with one shared purpose—to free people from the grip of addiction. For good.
Narconon uses unique rehabilitation technology that seeks to get to the problem at its source—and provide a path for long-term success.
For nearly 50 years, Narconon has helped to save many individuals who were thought lost to substance abuse forever. Week by week. Year by year. Our success is measured in an ever-growing number of our graduates who now report leading new lives free from drugs.
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The Narconon International Science Advisory Board, led by Dr. Rohit Adi, MD, are professionals who have contributed in the fields of addiction, rehabilitation, education, toxicology and detoxification. Meet the Board Members…
Drug and alcohol addiction is a universal problem across Europe requiring a workable solution. Across the continent, Narconon centres are rising to meet the challenge—with a regional model centre in Denmark and local centres throughout the European Union and beyond.
While much of the conversation regarding drug addiction and drug trafficking centers around the domestic U.S. drug problem, valuable lessons can be learned by assessing Europe’s current drug crisis. What is the scope of drug abuse in Europe today? What are local experts in Europe saying about the ongoing drug problem?