Two Summary Analyses were prepared by the Foundation for Advancements of Science and Education (FASE) for Narconon International, written for general public (non-technical language.) These two Routine Outcome Monitoring reports summarize Narconon Arrowhead graduate outcomes for the six months prior to May 2006 and February 2007.
May 2006: Narconon Arrowhead staff contacted 80% of the 65 students who graduated between 7 and 8 months before the survey date.
Of these, for the last 30 days, 67.3% were reported completely drug-free including no alcohol use. An additional 15.4% had used no drug except social alcohol (that is, not drinking to intoxication.)
51.9% reported drug and alcohol free since graduating.
76.9% were gainfully employed or enrolled in school full time.
2 graduates had new arrests and spent time in jail, that is, 96.2% arrest-free, and 2 others were completing pre-Narconon program legal obligations.
Feb 2007: Arrowhead staff contacted 95% of the 37 students who graduated six-plus months prior to the report period.
For the last 30 days 76.5% reported completely drug-free. 8.8% had used no drug other than social alcohol.
76.5% reported drug and alcohol free since graduating.
86% of the graduates were gainfully employed and/or enrolled full time in school.
1 graduate spent time in jail -- he reported that he turned himself in to comply with parole violations when he used an illegal drug after Narconon. He had stayed drug free after that. Therefore, the percentage arrest-free since graduation for the 2007 survey group was 97.1%
Not included in either survey were graduates who stayed on at Narconon Arrowhead to train or intern, although these would have raised the percentage
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