Living Up to Being a Scientologist

This article from the Scientology Religion website discusses the commitment Scientologists feel about volunteering to make this a better world.The Code of a Scientologist requires every Scientologist to make a solemn commitment to benefit others: As a Scientologist, I pledge myself to the Code of Scientology for the good of all. ... To use the best I know of Scientology to the best of my ability; to help my family, friends, groups and the world. ... To make this world a saner better pl … [Read more...]

Church of Scientology – Our Help is Yours in 2017

The Church of Scientology has published a new video overview of a few the many global humanitarian and social betterment programs it sponsors or supports. Through some 1,500,000 volunteers worldwide, these programs unite and empower youth, educators, police, clergy, civic leaders and men, women and youth of goodwill.They address the social issues that pervade and degrade society: drug abuse and addiction, human rights violations, disasters, illiteracy, crime and immorality.The overriding … [Read more...]

Building a Drug Education Groundswell to Reduce Crime and Protect South African Youth

Responsible partners attend two-day drug education program at the Church of Scientology of Pretoria to equip them to take on drug prevention in their communities/organizations.South Africa, , February 11, 2016 (Newswire.com) - ​​From Cape Town and throughout Gautengprovince and as far away as Nigeria, teams of concerned representatives of community and church groups and other organizations gathered at the Church of Scientology Pretoria for a two-day drug education and prevention training … [Read more...]

What an irrepressible group! The Jive Aces are the zaniest group of musicians. Not only are they a delight to see, their dedication to helping kids stay off drugs is exception. Here's one example from the Eastbourne Herald : Britain’s Got Talent stars The Jive Aces put on a show in Eastbourne’s town centre last week to help promote an anti-drugs campaign. The group, who are well-known for their bright yellow suits and upbeat music, performed a collection of songs in Terminus Road on Thur … [Read more...]

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International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

26 June 2014International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit TraffickingIn support of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) International Day Against Drugs, the Church of Scientology's Drug Free Ambassadors are coordinating the distribution of Truth About Drugs booklets around Auckland City, Taranaki and Rotorua.The purpose of the distribution is to raise awareness about the prevalence of drugs in our society and several community groups are taking part. These include … [Read more...]

Scientology-Sponsored Drug Education: Truth about Crystal Meth

I am posting this video here for anyone with kids.  There is a lot of hype about meth and its use appears to still be growing in cities around America.  This is one of the world's deadliest drugs.  Here is a very compelling video on Crystal Meth, featuring survivors.  When kids see what really happens when you take meth, they make firm decisions not to experiment.  Here is one drug where even one hit is enough to create a truly deadly addiction. … [Read more...]

Scientology Community Activities

Possessed of technology, techniques and practical solutions and a desire to help, Scientologists around the world are involved in programs to improve society.Among the  humanitarian and community outreach programs Churches of Scientology sponsor are a global network of literacy and learning centers; worldwide drug education, prevention and rehabilitation; equally far-ranging human rights initiatives; and the Scientology Volunteer Minister program  to help when help is needed fast, as in t … [Read more...]

Education the best way to stop drug addiction

A message from a Scientologist who is active in drug demand reduction in Australia, courtesy of the Bedingo AdvisorIN Drug Action Week (June 17-23), I want to tell readers that the “war on drugs” has NOT failed.The message is being heard by young people.Statistics show that education is by far the most effective at stopping the end users.Between 2004 and 2007 the use of marijuana by 14-19 year-olds fell by 28 per cent! So we are on the right track.The group I volunteer for, th … [Read more...]