Ren in Opioids
March 27, 2020

How Heroin Use Doubled in America in Less Than Two Decades

After a significant drop in use, heroin once again made a comeback in the mid-2000s in both drug use rates and in overdose deaths. What brought this about? And what will we have to do to finally make heroin addiction a thing of the past?


Adrian Heredia in Opioids
April 14, 2019

Life Changing

We are honored to announce another graduate completing the Narconon Program. We have seen the transformation right in front of our eyes and we are so excited for her to begin her journey.


Fabian Padro in Opioids
January 3, 2019

Behavioral and Lifestyle Signs of Opioid Abuse

For many people when they’re trying to determine whether or not someone is using opiates, it can be tough to spot physical symptoms. The person who’s abusing the drugs may be able to hide some of the physical giveaways, but there are also general behavioral and lifestyle patterns and red flags that may be easier to recognize.


Ren in Opioids
November 2, 2018

Millennials Turning to Hallucinogens and Marijuana Instead of Opiates—Why?

Millennials seem to be one of the most interesting generations yet. They never cease to surprise us. They never cease to surprise each other too, sometimes.