Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
Online customer reviews can be the building block of a business and the deciding factor for someone looking for products or services. This is especially true in the drug rehabilitation industry, where getting someone effective, competent help can be the difference between life and death.
In order to provide a series of ongoing reviews on their rehabilitation program the Narconon organization has launched a new website that is available to offer reviews about the treatment program. Graduates from the 50 Narconon drug rehab centers located in 40 different countries are now invited to contribute to the site: http://www.narcononreviews.com. The site will publish ongoing program completion and phase reviews, sauna detoxification program reviews and specific assessments on the residential drug rehabilitation program as well as drug education and prevention program outcomes.
Narconon International will also publish personal reviews on the site that have already been provided by former clients as well as by friends and family members of those who have received care from Narconon rehab centers.
“Our results speak for themselves based on decades of studies, reviews, and compiled surveys of graduates,” says Clark Carr, president of Narconon International. “With 35,000 graduates of our program since 1995, Narconon has continuously presented the very good news that positive results are possible with so many lives saved from the ravages of drug addiction.”
Carr also cites the release of several Narconon ‘routine outcome monitoring’ surveys regarding students’ well being after graduating the Narconon treatment program. These surveys were compiled and summarized by the Foundation for Advancements of Science and Education (FASE) regarding outcomes 6 months post-graduation. From 1972 up to 2009, staff reports, external reviews, case studies, and graduate surveys have shown that the majority of Narconon program graduates have been able to live drug-abstinent lives, stay out of trouble (no arrests or return to prison), and return to work or school (reporting for periods varying from six months up to 4 years.)
The Narconon program began its first operations in the year 1966, when William Benitez founded the program behind the doors of Arizona State Prison, based on his readings of the works of author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. Since then, well more than 40,000 clients (or ‘students’ as they are called in Narconon) have graduated from Narconon treatment facilities, having studied its many life skills courses, the purpose of which has been to raise their individual ability to live drug free and responsible lives. Narconon staff also deliver live drug prevention and education lectures worldwide to up to one million youth and young adults every year.
For more information or to submit an online review visit http://www.narcononreviews.com.