LOS ANGELES,CALIFORNIA •
Drug education and prevention program at the Church of Scientology Los Angeles helps Angelinos recognize and deal with the city’s widespread problem of drug abuse and addiction.
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA •
The Sacramento Church of Scientology hosted a community open house where Office of National Drug Control Policy representatives briefed community leaders and faith-based and community organizations on the current state of drug abuse.
REDDING, CALIFORNIA •
Scientologists are providing relief to those affected by three Northen California wildfires, collecting donations and goods and distributing water, food and supplies.
BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA •
Drug prevention took on an entirely new dimension July 22 when Bogotá rallied in the name of a drug-free country.
BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA •
In their bright yellow tent, Scientology Volunteer Ministers reach out to the people of Bratislava with practical help.
BRENNAN, SWITZERLAND •
Say NO to Drugs Switzerland supports Swiss Slow-Up Day initiative at the annual bike day in Brennan.
ANDALUSIA, SPAIN •
The Say NO to Drugs team of Andalusia takes action to prevent drug addiction.
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA •
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology Pasadena joined in the celebration of Sri Lanka at the annual Sri Lanka Day Festival.
KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN •
Volunteers from the Church of Scientology Kaohsiung bring the Truth About Drugs initiative to the streets, parks and beaches, reaching local families with drug education and prevention.
SOJA CITY, JAPAN •
Scientology Volunteers are helping in the aftermath of the worst weather-related disaster to hit Japan in more than three decades.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES •
Philippines police, trained in drug education and prevention, take to the towns and villages to reach young people with the truth about drugs.
YARRABAH, AUSTRALIA •
Scientology Volunteer Ministers joined in the festivities at the National Aboriginal and Islander Day of Observance Celebration in Yarrabah, Queensland.
PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA •
Drug and alcohol abuse and domestic violence are intimately linked. Marching for an end to violence against women and children, Drug-Free World South Africa joined forces with thousands in Pretoria July 10 at the 100 Men March.
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND •
Human rights watchdog claims the Royal College of Psychiatrists International Convention is foisting off junk science on the general public, putting UK children at grave risk.
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM •
Volunteers from the Say No to Drug Association of Belgium carry out a 10-day drug prevention campaign.
HARLEM, NEW YORK •
A multi-cultural celebration hosted by the Church of Scientology Harlem is the send-off for youth delegates and ambassadors from around the world on the last day of the 15th annual Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA •
Citizens Commission on Human Rights traveling exhibit documents the history of psychiatry and exposes psychiatric fatalities, abuse and fraud. From Santa Monica, California, to Bogotá, Colombia, and from Tokyo to Times Square thousands learn the truth behind psychiatry ’s false facade .
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK •
Youth representing more than 60 nations gathered at the United Nations in New York to celebrate the 15th annual Human Rights Summit of Youth for Human Rights International in the 70th Anniversary year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
MOUNTAINAIR, NEW MEXICO •
New Mexico officials and residents embrace the Truth About Drugs at annual Firecracker Jubilee. The community of Mountainair, at the foothills of the Manzano Mountains in Torrance County, New Mexico, burst into celebration June 30 at their Firecracker Jubilee.
KOBE, JAPAN •
“Psychiatry continues to repeat the same crimes, from forced sterilization to fraudulent diagnosis of developmental disorders,” says Citizens Commission on Human Rights. “History repeats itself.