We hope to serve 3 types of visitors to this site: Potential Clients of Drug and Alcohol Rehabs, Former Clients of Rehabs, and Researchers. Whatever the reason for your visit to our site, we’re glad you’re here, and we hope to point you to the information you came to get, quickly and without having to wander the site looking for it. Below is an introduction to the 3 sections of the site.

Potential Clients
While there are plenty of sites to be found if you search on “drug rehab”, the actual information found is somewhat thin. There are many sites proclaiming that they are the best, that their programs are suited to all different types of substance abuse problems, and that some even promise what seems like a painless miracle cure for addiction. Others offer information about the dangers of various drugs, horror stories of what may happen if addictions to these drugs go unabated, and how to recognize there’s a problem.

If you’ve reached the point of searching, and researching, for a drug rehab, you’ve already recognized a problem that needs a solution. Although the primary subject of this site is Narconon, we recognize that people need information to make the proper choice for their own particular situation, and we strive to offer the information to help you make the right choice.

While we make it clear that, in our opinion, Narconon is not the right choice for anyone, what you will not find here is a recommendation to any other specific programs. We feel that, even as difficult as it may be in a stressful and urgent situation, this is a choice best made by the individuals involved in seeking a rehab.

View our Guide for Potential Clients.

Former Clients
Maybe you or a loved one has been to Narconon or another rehab and it didn’t work out the way you expected, or maybe the experience even left you feeling indignant and damaged, or victimized in some way. You may be looking for a way to get a refund, or you may want to make complaints with the correct agencies and officials to prevent others from having the same type of experience you did.

Whatever your reason for not being able to move on with your life in a happy and productive way, we hope the information offered here will help you to put a bad experience behind you. The outcomes of a bad rehab experience can be many. You may need money refunded in order to get the help you thought you would get in the first place. You or the person you sought help for may be soured on other rehabs because of the past experience. Or, the former client may have even had an experience so bad that they’re worse off psychologically than they were before rehab. Whatever the case, we’d like to help you or your loved one get back on a track to recovery.

View our Guide for Former Clients.

Substance abuse, addiction, rehab, and recovery are interesting subjects. In our current state of affairs, where drug and alcohol abuse are one of the major problems facing our society today, the subjects are not only popular and complex topics of interest, the rehab field itself is big business. Narconon is big business too, and is gaining interest with the public, due to the controversial, and even dangerous, nature of the program and its unadvertised connection to the Church of Scientology.

There is much on the internet about Narconon; unfortunately, it is scattered around various websites, though we commend them highly for offering the information they do. Also unfortunately, the Narconon organization has, in its quest to dominate the search engines and lure people into its program, made it difficult to find objective information about the program.

We seek to compile documented information into this one site, so that once you find this site, the information is at your fingertips with a click of the mouse. We also hope to offer some ways we’ve learned to find more information elsewhere. You may be a journalist, lawyer, government official, advocate, or curious individual, but whatever your interest, we hope our offerings will be helpful to you.

View our Guide for Researchers.