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National Drug Prevention Week Approaching

(PRWEB) October 7, 2005 -- Schools throughout the country will focus on drug education
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 and prevention during Red Ribbon Week October 23-31.

 “  Sure people told me drugs were bad, but I never knew exactly what happened to a person’s mind and body when they were take...  
Red Ribbon Week is considered national drug education
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 and prevention week and has been celebrated since 1986 when a Drug Enforcement Agent was kidnapped and killed for coming close to breaking up a drug cartel in Mexico. To honor this heroic agent, and to demonstrate their commitment to drug and alcohol prevention, family members and friends began wearing red ribbons.

Since that time, the National Family Partnership has adopted this week to raise awareness about keeping children drug-free. Each year, more and more communities and schools across America use this week to educate and promote drug-free living, often inviting guest speakers to give presentations.   

One piece of information that a typical presentation by a Narconon® Drug Prevention Specialist contains is the fact that drugs store in the fatty tissue of a person’s body and can remain there for years after use ceases, causing intense cravings for the drug and continued adverse effects. This fact was discovered by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard and unfortunately is not addressed in most rehabilitation or prevention programs despite plenty of scientific data to back this up.

In fact, the majority of the U.S. population doesn’t know what happens internally when toxic substances such as drugs are ingested and how they continue to affect an individual’s physical and mental health. Vital information such as that combined with two-way communication in a fun environment make Narconon presenters a hit in every school
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 they visit.

The Director of Drug Education for Narconon Arrowhead is J.T. Daily, whose passion for his chosen profession comes from personal triumph over tragedy. He was a former drug addict who nearly lost his life to substance abuse and has been able to beat his addiction through the Narconon Program.

“I like to talk to kids because it gives me an opportunity to share knowledge about drugs that I didn’t have growing up,” explains the 27-year old former college basketball player from Maryland. “Sure people told me drugs were bad, but I never knew exactly what happened to a person’s mind and body when they were taken.”

Daily’s primary purpose at this point in his life is to educate young and old alike about the true dangers of drug use.

This is part of a message that Daily and other Narconon presenters are scheduled to give to thousands of students across the country during Red Ribbon Week. Surveys show that kids appreciate the honesty from someone who can relate to the situation, as is the case with most Narconon presenters. The fact is, drug addiction cannot only be overcome, but it can be effectively prevented as well.

The efforts of Narconon Arrowhead and other drug prevention professionals around the country have lead to the continue decline of illicit drug use among youth. Last month Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt announced a 9 percent drop in illicit drug use between the ages of 12 and 17 from 2002 to 2004. The findings were from results of the latest National Survey on Drug Use and Health, which were released to celebrate National Recovery Month.

You don’t have to wait for Red Ribbon Week. Please take the time to talk to your kids about the dangers of drugs. There are a lot of people who devote their lives to ending the nation’s number one societal problem, but every bit of reinforcement helps.

If you would like to find out more information about the Narconon Program, call 1-800-468-6933 or visit www.stopaddiction.com today.


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