• Statement from Narconon Georgia


    The lawsuit has not been served.  However, from what we understand, this case lacks merit and is simply an attempt to obtain money from a nonprofit dedicated to helping address this nation’s drug epidemic.

    Drug addiction destroys lives and anyone who has dealt with drug addicts knows the depths to which they have sunk in terms of health, mental instability and in many cases criminality.  It can be a long hard road back.

    In the face of this harsh fact of life, scores of successful Narconon graduates and their families attest that the program has transformed and saved lives through recovery and sobriety.

    Narconon of Georgia has served the Atlanta community for the past decade offering drug education, prevention and rehabilitation services.

    Brian McEvoy

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