THE WORLD TODAY IS IN TURMOIL, with escalating immorality, flagrant violations of basic human rights, drug abuse spiraling out of control, and countless people dying at the hands of abusive psychiatrists. Because each of these ruins impedes millions from even conceiving that help is possible—much less availing themselves of the Bridge to Total Freedom—the IAS sponsors the most effective social salvage campaigns in the world

Citizens Commission on Human Rights

Psychiatric abuse and injustices terrorize and destroy lives every day. Despite grave warnings that psychotropic drugs can cause violent and suicidal behavior, psychiatrists have prescribed them to over 20 million children around the world.

United for Human Rights

There are many forms of human rights abuse: religious persecution, torture, and ethnic discrimination.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the world’s statement of the rights to which every man, woman and child is entitled. The IAS provides grants to fund two information and education programs—United for Human Rights and Youth for Human Rights—to put the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Universal Declaration into effect everywhere across the planet.

The Truth About Drugs

Drug abuse has reached pandemic proportions on every continent of Earth.

With it comes crime and shattered lives. And so, grants from the IAS sponsor The Truth About Drugs education and prevention program—to reach kids before the dealers do.

The Way to Happiness

Immorality and dishonesty are widespread—and spreading. Moral lines that were once clear are now blurred, and every day brings new perceived ambiguities.

To reverse moral decline and restore fundamental morals and values to society, L. Ron Hubbard wrote The Way to Happiness: A Common Sense Guide to Better Living.

Volunteer Ministers

Whether serving in their own communities or attending to a disaster site on the other side of the world, the Volunteer Minister’s motto is Something Can Be Done About It.