Studies & Reports
“A Simplified Method for Routine Outcome Monitoring after Drug Abuse Treatment” (R.D. Lennox, Ph.D.; MA Sternquist, MS, and A. Paredes, MD, published in the journal Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment 2013:7, 155-169) A study of 323 graduates showed that six months after completing the Narconon programme, 73.5% of graduates had not used any illegal drug; 94% were arrest‑free.
“Summary Analysis of Routine Outcome Monitoring by Narconon Eslöv (Sweden) of Its Drug Rehabilitation Programme Graduates, 2010-2012”
In this study, 49 Narconon graduates were surveyed one to three years after graduation. No drugs after first six months postgraduation, 80%. In previous 30 days: working or in school, 77%; arrest-free, 98%; good relations with family, 86%.
“Narconon Boston Case Study with Control” (C. H. Washburn, MD, June 30, 1975)
In this study of 11 graduates conducted 10 months postprogramme, 91% of Narconon case study group were reported drug-free, compared to 0% of control group drug-free.
“Intermediate Sanctions for Juvenile Offenders: Impact of the Narconon New Life Detoxification on High-Rate Juvenile Offenders, Utah Fourth District Juvenile Court” (Study presented to the Conference of Western Attorneys General, Maui, August 2005)
One hundred of the first youths enrolled in this court-ordered programme had been convicted of 1,100 misdemeanour or felony offences within two years prior to the Narconon outpatient programme. Following Narconon programme completion, 63.5% of the juveniles were crime-free for two years after the programme compared to 30.1% of a control group.
THE NARCONON DRUG EDUCATION CURRICULUM FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: A NON-RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED PREVENTION TRIAL
A SIMPLIFIED METHOD FOR ROUTINE OUTCOME MONITORING AFTER DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT
METHAMPHETAMINE EXPOSURE AND CHRONIC ILLNESS IN POLICE OFFICERS: SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT WITH SAUNA-BASED DETOXIFICATION THERAPY