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Mission: The corporation is organized to operate exclusively for charitable purposes by providing drug rehabilitation, drug education and prevention services.

Programs: In 2014 we serviced 89 clients. Services consist of drug-free withdrawal, a complete physical detoxification process which addresses the biophysical condition that triggers cravings which can reoccur repeatedly making it difficult to remain drug and alcohol free, programs to increase a persons ability to effectively confront and communicate, one-on-one counseling addressing the core reasons that led to drug use, providing cognitive therapy, teaching and practicing life skills that include taking care of themselves and their personal area, taking responsibility for past misdeeds, identifying people and situations in life that contribute to drug use and/or relapse and handling these so they are no longer present, addressing and repairing relationships with family members, friends, past work associates, etc. =============================================================================================narconon spring hill, inc. Continued to provide a place where community service work could be done so that people in the community and clients on probation could fulfill their community service requirements locally without the need to leave the county. =============================================================================================the staff of narconon spring hill increased its media efforts for the purpose of providing more widespread education on the issue of drugs and treatment. Press releases and articles on various topics were picked and published in multiple media outlets and dozens of radio shows were done on stations across the country getting the truth about drugs and its effects out to the population, in addition to providing information on where and how to get proper treatment for addiction.

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