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Great new resources for ABLE groups and interested people! Over the last week we uploaded six different great videos about our different social betterment programs. Apart from just being inspiring, these give practical tips on how different people have taken ABLE programs and made a big difference in their communities, states and even countries. So if you have someone who is thinking about starting an ABLE social betterment activity, you can send them a link to the ABLE site videos page or to a specific video page, to give them practical ideas on how to get started.
transforming. America's heartland. SAINT LOUIS. BARRY & CLAIRE COZIAHR and THE WAY TO HAPPINESS: It's a city in the troubled heartland of America that might not yet live in popular imagination like Miami or Detroit, but it just so happens Saint Louis, Missouri topped every list of "most ...
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ABLE Newsroom: Full-time college student changes hundreds of lives
My name is Megan. I’m a full-time college student living in LA, getting my degree in Business Administration and working at night to help pay for school. That in itself isn’t very remarkable, but through my work with the Criminon program I’ve been able to change hundreds of lives for the better. That, to me, is incredible... (Read the full article at
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ABLE has arrived to Google+, with the aim of initiating partnerships and creating a better future for children and communities.
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Creating a better future for our children and communities

ABLE's mission is to rid the world of its most devastating social ills—drugs, crime, illiteracy and immorality—through the social betterment methods and principles of author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard.

Research has shown links between education failure, substance abuse, moral decay and crime. To address the interrelated nature of these social problems, ABLE and the organizations under its umbrella offer:

  • Community and family literacy
  • Teacher training and professional development
  • Substance abuse treatment and prevention services
  • Ex-offender re-entry and mentoring programs
  • Character and common sense morals education
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