Narconon Honored

Narconon Navojoa honored

“Sonora is a key region in the international drug and human trafficking trades and can be extremely dangerous for travelers,” said the opening sentence of a press release issued by the U.S. State Department in 2016. Yet in the midst of this chaos, two agencies have recently acknowledged the successful battle that Narconon Navojoa in Sonora, Mexico, is waging against addiction.

The Congress of the State of Sonora officially recognized “the efficient drug rehabilitation and prevention program” that helps addicts “to reintegrate into society and be much more productive and of value.” And the Commission Against Addiction issued a special recognition to Narconon Navojoa acknowledging the important work it has done.