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.


Sue Birkenshaw in heroin addiction
July 19, 2017

A Poignant Poem from a Beautiful Life that was Lost

This poem accurately expresses the anguish a good, loving person feels as they are dragged through the degradation drugs like heroin and methamphetamine cause. Her poem reveals the truth: That good, loving person is still there. She or he is simply imprisoned in the cravings for drugs.


Sue Birkenshaw in opioid abuse
April 4, 2017

Yet Another Young Athlete Lost to an Opioid Overdose

The story of another young college athlete who lost his life from an overdose. Nick Roberts a star athlete at University of Pennsylvania was found dead on campus after an accidental overdose of fentanyl.


Sue Birkenshaw in Drug Abuse
December 14, 2016

Drugs Make for Very Dangerous Drivers

Across the country, drunk driving statistics have been dropping while the number of drivers impaired by drugs has been climbing.


Sue Birkenshaw in heroin addiction
October 1, 2016

Naloxone is Vital to Save Lives But Is it Enough?

Naloxone is used to revive someone who has overdosed on heroin or other opioids. Yet is it enough when some will just go out and use again, possibly overdosing again the next day?