Narconon Nigeria Initiative is a non-profit illicit drug organization dedicated to eliminating drug abuse and drug addiction through drug rehab, drug information and drug education. Narconon Nigeria Initiative has been in operation since 2008 and was duly registered by the Cooperate Affairs Commission (C.A.C) with Reg. number 67864. Narconon Nigeria is an affiliation of Narconon International, based in California U.S.A.

Our aim is to eradicate the problems of drugs and alcohol abuse among Nigerians through effective drug education and drug prevention services. The wave of drug abuse among the youth is becoming unbearable that we can no longer fold our arms. It is very disheartening to see our future youths rusting away as a result of drug menace that has eaten deep into our society.

Our Work

Through drug education, we have helped thousands of parents, teachers, employers, law enforcement officials and groups of concerned citizens to prevent drug addiction in their homes, their schools, their workplaces and their communities.

Our overcrowded prisons are filled with offenders whose crimes involved drugs. Many of them were on drugs when they committed those crimes–and often the crime was committed to support their own drug habit.

We have been able to enlighten the public through effective drug lectures to over 35,000 school children and other restive youths within the country. Over the years Narconon Nigeria have recorded significant success in different communities through the various lectures on the effect of drugs and how it ruins lives. We embarked on given information about drugs because we discovered that most information given about drugs is not true, it’s either coming from those selling drugs or those using it.

Our Objective

The mandate of our organization is to give relevant drug information to people in our region that will help them make healthy decisions for themselves and their families and help to ensure a drug-free society. We will be working with the young people from different areas such as secondary schools, tertiary institutions, organizations, youth based organizations, disabled communities and minority groups.