These outlandish and misrepresented success rate claims are about to be investigated. When a desperate parent does a quick Google Search for "drug Rehab", these false success rates play a big part in their decision of where to send a loved one. The Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services forced Narconon Trois-Rivieres to stop advertising their 70-76% success rate - citing "unrealistic" and misleading. There have been no controled studies by any independent source, that verifies the high success rates that Narconons around the globe advertise on their websites. None! IMO, the success rate they advertise is closer to the relapse rate and as the Graduate Officer at Narconon, I contacted over 700 patients and found the success rate far below what was being promoted to the vulnerable and desperate victims. Promoting a 90% Success Rate as Floida is now doing, must be stopped. .