PUEBLA, Mexico, September 20, 2018 (Newswire.com) – With great pride, Narconon International announces the grand opening of a new drug rehabilitation center near Huachinango in Puebla, Mexico. In a country devastated by drug-related violence, including more than 150,000 homicides over the last 12 years, this new Narconon is a promise of health and hope for addicts and their families.
Heading up the effort to create this new center has been Diego Corona Cremean, architect and former Minister for Infrastructure in the State of Puebla and CEO of the Puebla Committee for the Construction of Educational Spaces. After recovering from his own drug addiction years ago, he wanted to help others through their struggles. When he discovered the Narconon technology, he knew he had found his solution and he began the work of building this new rehab center.
The grand opening began with a musical welcome by the celebrated singer and former federal senator Francisco Xavier Berganza, who donated the property on which the center is built. In this work, there is no greater satisfaction than to see the progress of our students day by day as they overcome their addictions. Corona Cremean then spoke of the urgent need for effective rehabilitation and noted the success of the Narconon program in helping its graduates achieve lasting sobriety.
He then brought to the stage Zuveldia Lizarraga, executive director of Narconon Latin America. She described her 13-year history of helping the addicted find their way out of misery and danger through the Narconon program. “In […]
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