Narconon Releases Self-Help Guide to Withdrawal

LOS ANGELES - Substance abuse statistics from around the world are staggering. Drug use is also the underlying factor in many of today's societal problems including, crime, child abuse, spread of HIV and other diseases, auto accidents and much more. Entire nations are driven to apathy concerning the subject of drug addiction due to a lack of workable solutions, in many areas, very few rehabilitation centers exist at all to even begin to address the issue.
The very first step to drug rehabilitation is to get the addict off the drugs and through the withdrawal stage.
One method that is receiving a lot of attention is used by the Narconon(r) Drug Rehabilitation and Education Program. The Narconon Program is totally drug-free, (meaning substitute drugs are not used in the rehabilitation process) and achieves an extremely high success rate around the world for helping overcome addiction.
Narconon programs exist in over 30 countries around the world. Narconon International's President, Mr. Clark Carr, has visited a number of countries this year at the request of government officials and rehabilitation professionals and found that they are desperate for a workable method that will help their people. This includes Bombay India, where Mr. Carr is speaking at the Hope 2002 conference, Amman Jordan, and Pakistan. Here in the U.S., where we do have thousands of treatment centers and other substance abuse programs, we still find over 16 million drug addicts searching for solutions.
Drug use results in dramatic vitamin and mineral deficiencies in the body. It is only when a person stops taking the drug that the physical pain and emotional distress caused by these deficiencies become evident, so much so that seemingly the only solution for the addict is to take more of the drug. The Narconon program, which uses the drug-free, social education methodology of American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard, is now teaching the general public how to help someone through withdrawal by applying nutritional supplements and exercises that promote extroversion. These steps, in the right combination and sequence, aid the addict through what could normally be an extremely difficult process. Results are usually achieved in less time and more comfortably.
This process is simply called the Narconon First Step Program and the book to learn how to help someone through a drug-free withdrawal is available through Narconon Arrowhead.

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