Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 31, 2009
The National Institute on Drug Abuse Highlights and Executive Summary for 2009 shows unhealthy trends in increasing drug abuse trends, however, Narconon has stepped into the forefront by providing effective drug-free solutions.
As 2009 comes to a close the trends in drug abuse paint a bleak picture. Probably the most startling trend increase is prescription painkiller addiction, not just in overdoses and abuse but also being more prevalent on the streets. Marijuana was also reported as high and stable for most areas. In the nation’s capital higher percentages of juvenile arrestees tested positive for Marijuana than for any other drug.
With drugs so prevalent and available in our society Narconon has recently issued a 30 second holiday public service announcement encouraging Americans to get those who need treatment help before it is too late.
With rising drug abuse trends and no signs of this epidemic stopping, Americans need now more than ever effective drug prevention and rehabilitation. Narconon provides not only effective drug and alcohol rehabilitation but drug education lecture in schools, businesses and community groups to prevent youth from ever turning to drugs to begin with.
Wherever Narconon Drug education goes in drug abuse trends reduce among the area. The truth is once youth or adults are truly educated on the truth about drugs and the ramifications of even a single drug trip, the desire to try drugs plummets.
When it comes to rehabilitating drug addicts Narconon has proven highly effective. With normal drug rehabilitation having a success rate of about 16%, Narconon is in the vanguard with an over 70% success rate that continues year after year. Narconon graduates continue to live drug free lives.
2010 brings forward new hopes and dreams to be achieved. As 2009 closes we can leave the errors of the past and set a new course for the future. America does not have to continue its rising trends of drug abuse. Narconon offers the solution for both those who have fallen into the trap of drug or alcohol addiction and those who are about to start on that treacherous self-destructive road down of trying illegal drugs for the first time.
If you would like more information on Narconon's drug education, prevention and rehabilitation programs or would like to schedule a lecture in your own school or community group contact Narconon at 877-237-3307.
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