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anthony c. "tony" bylsma • applied scholastics • association for better living and education (able) (formerly, "social coordination" or soco) • cara mia dimassa • church of scientology international (csi) • citizens commission on human rights (cchr) • clark carr • cost • criminon • david e. root • detox • duke helfand • g. megan shields • infiltration • jack o'connell • letter • medical claims • membership • nanette asimov • narconon (aka scientology drug rehab) • narconon drug prevention and education, inc. • narconon international • san francisco chronicle (california) • schools • tim buresh
Reference materials Narconon Exposed: Drug rehab or Scientology front?Stop-Narconon.org: Protecting the Vulnerable from Narconon/ScientologyNarCONon is Scientology!Narconon International
9 matching items found between Jan 2004 and Dec 2004. Furthermore, there are 92 matching items for all time not shown.
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Sep 20, 2004
Scientology: Church now claims more than 8 million members — Deseret News
Type: Press
Author(s): Elaine Jarvik
Source: Deseret News
The Church of Scientology is 50 years old this year, having survived its skeptics and detractors, an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service and John Travolta's box-office flop, "Battlefield Earth," based on a science fiction novel by the church's founder L. Ron Hubbard. The church's 50th anniversary makes it a young religion as far as religions go but also attests to its staying power. According to Scientology headquarters in Los Angeles, the church now claims more than 8 million members in ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 1, 2004
Is Scientology in your schools? — The Humanist
Type: Press
Author(s): Robin Jacobs
Source: The Humanist
For obvious reasons, the lauding of religious leaders isn’t supposed to be practiced in U.S. public schools, at least not as a class activity. Yet one widely used school program concludes by having students applaud Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. The program is called Narconon, and it has notable Scientology links. The state of California is now in the midst of a three-month investigation of the Narconon Drug Prevention and Education program with an eye to possibly barring it from the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 18, 2004
Scientology's town — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jul 15, 2004
[Narconon License Agreement] — Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE)
Jul 6, 2004
Rape at drug-treatment center alleged — Santa Cruz Sentinel
Type: Press
Author(s): Tovin Lapan
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
WATSONVILLE — A woman who says she was raped at a drug-treatment center has sued Narconon of Northern California and its parent company, Narconon International, alleging she was assaulted by a staff member while undergoing treatment in November 2003. The suit alleges that when notified of the assault, staff at the Watsonville treatment center failed to respond in an appropriate manner and took the unidentified, out-of-state woman out of treatment. The Sentinel is not identifying the plaintiff because of the nature ...
Jul 2, 2004
CALIFORNIA State to evaluate Narconon // Research group tapped to look at anti-drug teachings — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Nanette Asimov
Source: San Francisco Chronicle (California)
State schools chief Jack O'Connell has asked a research group known for its rigorous reviews of health curriculum to spend three months evaluating the Narconon anti-drug program, whose classroom instruction has been linked to the Church of Scientology. At a press conference today in East Los Angeles, O'Connell will announce that the California Healthy Kids Resource Center, a public agency in Hayward, will look at what Narconon is teaching thousands of students in its hourlong presentations at dozens of schools each ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 24, 2004
Schools bar anti-drug program — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Duke Helfand, Cara Mia DiMassa
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
Los Angeles school officials are warning campuses not to use a drug prevention program linked to the Church of Scientology while California's schools chief has ordered an investigation to determine whether the anti-drug presentations are scientifically sound and free from the religion's influence. The target of the district and state actions is Narconon, a drug prevention and rehabilitation program that bases its ideas partly on the research and controversial teachings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Narconon has conducted educational assemblies ...
Jun 23, 2004
Open Forum // The results behind Narconon's 'Truth About Drugs' program — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Clark Carr
Source: San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Four of the 25 cities selected by federal Drug Czar John Walters as focal points for a national campaign to reduce demand for and abuse of drugs in the United States are in California. According to a chart on illicit drug use among the 25 cities nationwide (www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov), San Francisco had the second highest rate of drug-related emergency-room admissions (8,575) and drug-related arrests (14,351). But one does not need to look at a chart. Walking down the street, stepping over homeless ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 16, 2004
Narconon responds — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): G. Megan Shields
Source: San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Narconon responds Editor – Your article on the Narconon drug rehabilitation and prevention program correctly describes certain components of this mainstream social-educational model ("Scientology linked to public schools," June 9). However, your interpretation and oversimplification of the science behind this program does addiction medicine a disservice. I was asked to be Narconon International Science Advisory Board medical director as a result of having personally treated thousands of people with the Hubbard body detoxification protocol. Literally thousands of enrolling Narconon clients have ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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