Ren in Costs of drug abuse
June 9, 2022

Investments in Prevention and Treatment Make Good Financial Sense

Addiction is extremely costly on an individual and societal level. Investing in programs that educate people, treat addicts, prevent the spread of drugs, and help recovering addicts reintegrate into society are all programs whose benefits far outweigh their costs.


Ren in Alcohol Abuse
May 26, 2022

Alcohol Addiction Linked to 232 Million Missed Workdays Annually

A new study found strong evidence of a connection between alcohol addiction and a shocking number of missed workdays in the United States. These findings suggest a need for an increased focus on treating alcohol addiction, given that the crisis is both a medical problem and an economic one.


Fabian Padro in Narconon Success Story
December 9, 2021

I Have Won a Fight that Was Worth Fighting

In August of this year, my life was spiraling out of control. I realized that if I continued to live the way I was living, I would soon lose everything I had worked so hard to obtain. My wife, my children, my career and my health were all at risk, and it was time that I “got up from the floor” and fought back.


Sue Birkenshaw in Addiction
July 26, 2017

Addiction among Working Americans

Addiction among Working Americans Not so long ago, addiction was thought to be limited to musicians or those living on the fringes of society or deep in urban slums. Americans are gradually waking up to the fact that addiction exists at every level of our current society.