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Recent Release of ‘The Narconon Program - 40 Years of Evidence of Recovery’ Reveals Earlier Unfound Narconon Connecticut Study
Date:5/9/2013

(PRWEB) May 09, 2013

As part of the research done before the recent release of the first compilation of 23 Narconon studies, reviews, and evaluations from 1972 to 2009, coming to light was an almost forgotten study of Narconon New London (Connecticut), one of the first Narconon centers in the U.S. John D. Miller, MSW, performed and wrote up the results of this small outcome study on Narconon Connecticut in August 1978. This was the twelfth study or review of Narconon after prison officials issued a 1972 report on the initial Arizona program. Narconon now comprises 13 drug rehabilitation centers across the U.S. and 51 internationally.

Narconon International interviewed Patty O’Neill (now Schwartz). In 1978, she was the Public Services Director of the New London, Connecticut Narconon program, which served mostly teenage drug addicts. Patty herself had graduated the Narconon program in 1975. “All the kids were poly-drug users,” Patty says, “heavy pot smokers, often mixing it with PCP/Angel Dust.” PCP is a powerful hallucinogenic, whose heyday was the '70s and '80s. Fortunately out of the limelight today, PCP was associated with causing psychotic breaks, sometimes violent. Narconon Connecticut, Patty recalls, provided residential and out-patient drug rehabilitation life skills courses to released inmates as well as to juveniles and other adults, some of these services government funded.

The Narconon program was only a little over 10 years old at the time, having been founded by Willie Benitez, an inmate in Arizona State Prison in 1966, based on his reading of self-help works by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard. When Benitez was released from prison, he founded the first Narconon residential facility in Los Angeles. But many Narconon programs continued to operate in correctional facilities. After L.A. New London, Connecticut and Boston, Massachusetts were the next United States’ Narconon programs
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