Narconon Freedom Center Michigan Names New Drug Education Officer

Albion, MI – Narconon Freedom Center, an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center, welcomes Honalee Johnson to the position of Drug Education Officer.  Ms. Johnson and her team of Drug Education Lectures travel to schools in Michigan and the surrounding states delivering the popular and highly effective Narconon Drug Education talks. The drug prevention education program is designed to provide young people with the true and correct educational materials about drugs so they can make up their own minds to stay away from them. After the talks, students fill out surveys regarding what they learned.  Here are a few responses from …Continue Reading →

Narconon Freedom Center Reports Younger Heroin Users Enrolling

Albion, MI – Narconon Freedom Center Intake Counselors report program enrollees who are seeking help with heroin addiction are younger than previous years.  Currently, the demographic of program starts is shifting more and more to 18 and 19 year old who are shooting heroin.  Prior years showed enrollees in their early 20’s. “As Intake Counselor interviews are conducted on students doing the Narconon Program, we are learning that they started experimenting with nonmedical use of prescription pain relievers or Oxy in their early teens (13-15 years of age) and as the Oxy supply decreased they switched to heroin which is …Continue Reading →

Narconon Freedom Center Completes Intake Counselor Office Renovations

Albion, MI – Narconon Freedom Center Michigan just completed a renovations project for eight new Intake Counselor Offices.  The center routinely handles between 400 and 800 calls a week from people requesting information about alcohol and drug addiction and the holistic drug rehab program the center delivers.   The new offices increase the number of Intake Counselors the center can have on hand to help callers.  Intake Counselors answer questions ranging from: “What are the signs a child or loved one could be abusing alcohol or drugs?”  “What should I do if I suspect my child is using drugs?” “What types …Continue Reading →