Ren in News
December 23, 2021

New Study Finds Half of Alcohol Consumers Cannot Safely Measure Their Level of Intoxication

It’s a known fact that alcohol consumption impairs one’s awareness of self, making the individual a poor judge of their physical abilities and tolerance. With that in mind, it’s quite concerning but not surprising that a new study found upwards of 50% of drinkers believe they are sober enough to drive when they are not.


Fabian Padro in News
October 28, 2021

Narconon Ojai’s first annual golf tournament celebrates Red Ribbon Week.

Narconon raises awareness for drug addiction and Red Ribbon Week by hosting a golf tournament fundraiser.


Narconon Consultant in News
November 18, 2020

Current treatment strategies struggling to cope with COVID19 outbreak

On the 31st of December 2019, just before the new year broke, a small office run by the World Health Organization received a report of “an atypical amount of viral pneumonia cases.”


Roger Blasco in News
October 8, 2020

A Strong Warning from the Surgeon General's Office on Drug Addiction

The office of the Surgeon General is responsible for assessing and addressing the serious health problems that the American people face every year. With that in mind, it is no surprise that the Surgeon General has released several reports on the state of addiction in America.


Fabian Padro in News
July 6, 2020

The American Dream Is Killing Us

The past few months of racial disharmony has grabbed international attention. Millions of people have spoken out against discrimination and prejudice towards certain demographics. Individuals and communities have united for equality and justice.