Clearwater, FL – This past Wednesday evening, a local Narconon Suncoast graduate added “real life drug abuse experience” to the Truth about Drugs lectures being presented in downtown Clearwater. The hour-long presentation covered the effects of MDMA, Heroin, and other drugs.
Narconon Suncoast joined neighborhood businesses, schools and other community groups this past weekend at the Clearwater Community Gardens to participate in a community cleanup.
The current opiate epidemic in this country has become an ever growing issue and is affecting more people every day. The following information provided is for the everyday person and how they can help save lives amidst this opiate crisis.
As if we, as a society, didn’t have enough drugs to worry about; heroin cut with elephant tranquilizers , Fentanyl , “ Pink ,” Etc… Now, the newest item that may actually get approved by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau is powdered alcohol.
Getting together for turkey feasts, football games, parties and shopping extravaganza’s opens each family up to more contact with alcohol and messages of over consumption.
It used to be a lot easier to spot the addicts who were using, buying and selling drugs in our neighborhoods. In the past, menacing looking individuals lurked in the shadows.
Narconon Suncoast Joins the Clearwater Community Downtown Block Party Recently, the City of Clearwater, FL put on its twice-a-year downtown block party. More than 3,000 locals attended the event that was hosted by many of Clearwater’s non-profit and charitable organizations.
What If Amendment 2 Passes in Florida? In Florida, Amendment 2 is The Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative, which is on the ballot and up for vote on November 8, 2016.
Narconon Suncoast recently rolled out new Public Service Announcements to reach more people with a message of recovery.
Each addict in recovery has their own set of triggers that if left unhandled, can throw them right back into their addictions.
Let’s call a spade a spade and say that the current opiate epidemic in this country is completely out of control. News media is filled daily with reports of huge numbers of overdoses, deaths and “bad batches” of heroin, leaving almost no community unaffected by this growing crisis.
The Same Story Told a Thousand Times While discussing the lack of proper drug and alcohol education in our schools, a Narconon Suncoast Staff member recounts her experience with these early educational programs: It all started innocently enough.