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About the Narconon® Drug Rehab Programme

Willian Benitez Narconon founderWilliam Benitez, an inmate of Arizona State Prison, founded the NARCONON programme in 1966. Benitez read a book by American author and founder of the Church of ScientologyTM L. Ron Hubbard, and by applying the principles it contained on increasing one's abilities, he and dozens of other inmates were able to permanently end their addictions to heroin. The Narconon programme has evolved from that simple beginning to a worldwide network of drug prevention and drug-free social education rehabilitation centres.

William Benitez with first Narconon group 1966William Benitez (far right) with the first Narconon group in 1966

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L. Ron Hubbard"You may have noticed that society is rapidly going downhill... And the most serious part of this is that drugs, both medical and street drugs, have disabled a majority of those who could have handled it, including the political leaders, and have even paralyzed the coming generations."
L. Ron Hubbard

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