Introduction

Narconon Inc (Canada) is proud to be part of the Narconon network, which consists of over 100 drug rehab, drug prevention and education centers in over 45 countries around the world. We are committed to establishing and maintaining policies and procedures which protect the privacy of personal information gathered from individuals, family members or loved ones who need to get away from Drug Addiction through our website.

Narconon's History

William Benitez, an inmate of Arizona State Prison, founded the Narconon program in 1966. Benitez came upon a book in the prison library by American author L. Ron Hubbard, and after reading this book and 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 program has evolved from that simple beginning to a worldwide network of over 120 drug prevention and drug-free social education rehabilitation centers. Through the tireless work of dedicated staff and volunteers, we have rehabilitated tens of thousands of addicts and brought the truth about drugs to millions of individuals.


Narconon centers have supplied drug rehabilitation treatment (for adults), education and prevention services (for both adults and pre-adults) for almost 50 years. The Narconon approach is based on techniques developed by author and philosopher L. Ron Hubbard.

Narconon.ca provides drug information to inform all audiences on the dangers associated with drug consumption. We strongly believe that a basic knowledge of the toxicity of drugs can help prevent serious drug addictions. The information provided on Narconon.ca is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician.

Narconon is a federally registered non-profit corporation and registered as a charity by the Charities Directorate of the CRA.

The Narconon organization in the USA is a public benefit nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation that is committed to the elimination of substance abuse.


More information on Narconon's history is available at Narconon.org
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