Narconon New Life 1974 Evaluation

Explanation by Diane Richardson:

Back in 1974, Narconon New Life of Los Angeles was receiving California state funds through what was known as the Short Doyle act, which allocated money to alternative drug treatment programs -- recovery houses, therapeutic communities, and the like. This evaluation was conducted at the request of the California State Department of Health by a team composed of Forest S. Tennant, Jr., M.D., Dr.P.H., Jane Thomas, R.N., Mike Reilly, and Joseph Shannon, M.D., M.P.H. It was submitted to Don Z. Miller, Deputy Director, Health Treatment System, State Department of Health, Sacramento, CA, on 31 Oct 1974.

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