TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec, June 1 /CNW/ -- Narconon Trois-Rivieres has just
recently released a new video tribute to some of our drug rehab graduates and
the Narconon founder, William Benitez. The groundbreaking discovery of the
recorded drug education lecture delivered by Mr. Benitez in 1968 has helped
show the world that a drug addiction can indeed be beat. Narconon
Trois-Rivieres graduates were inspired to see that one man was able to
accomplish so much. This was an individual, like many individuals attending a
drug rehab who face great odds and much adversity.
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Millions of people today struggle with drug and alcohol addiction, and
are looking for ways to get their lives back. William Benitez took it upon
himself and started a Narconon therapy group within the Arizona State Prison,
to help him and fellow inmates beat their drug addiction, and regain control
of their life.
This short video made by Narconon Trois-Rivieres gives a glimmer of where
a person is when using drugs, to the point where these individuals overcome
their addiction and start a brand new life. It is inspiring to see lifelong
drug addicts beat the odds, and regain abilities once lost in order to get
back control of their life. The video shows a short clip taken from the
original lecture with Mr. Benitez talking about the best way to harm a person.
He says in the video: "The quickest way to hurt a person, or a nation, or a
group, the quickest way to hurt a person's goals, his aims, his ability, his
life, is by introducing that person to narcotics."
Narconon Trois-Rivieres wants people to know that no matter where a
person is, and how far they have gone into drug addiction, there is hope to
overcome it. Taking that first step towards total recovery is important. The
graduates in this video have demonstrated this, just as William Benitez did
when he started the Narconon(R) program over 40 years ago.
If you or someone you know is battling a drug or alcohol addiction,
please call our toll free hot line at, 1-877-782-7409, or visit us at
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