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The Metrics Dimensions of expansion and outreach

654 community partners with whom the Church worked in 2016 to improve neighborhoods and lives in the Tampa Bay area and cities throughout Florida

12,624Visitors to the Scientology Information Center

75,097Number of visitors to the Church’s humanitarian centers since they opened in July 2015

Every day 1,120,132 people become aware of their human rights

1,014 community events & functions

hosted by Flag through 2016—in the Fort Harrison retreat, the Scientology Information Center and humanitarian centers


A worldwide network of 1.5 million volunteers

37,960 individuals who attended seminars, meetings & briefings

on community initiatives in the Church’s humanitarian centers and 767 locations throughout Florida this year


Every day 68,570 people found out the truth about drugs

from which parishioners attended religious services at Flag during any given week this year

“The Way to Happiness is an outstanding program which easily relates to the students and what they encounter in their lives on a daily basis.”

April Jones, Founder and President Saving Our Students Foundation of Tampa Bay

50,000 schools, groups and agencies using the Church-sponsored “The Truth About Drugs” education program.

1,109,092 educational materials

on human rights, drugs and principles for improving life, distributed by humanitarian centers statewide


A worldwide network of 1.5 million volunteers

50,000 schools, groups and agencies using the Church-sponsored “The Truth About Drugs” education program.

5,250 Number of Flag parishioners

receiving spiritual counseling or religious training on any given day

Over 1 million

property tax paid by Flag in 2016


Over 1.5 million

tourist tax paid from Flag’s religious retreats in 2016


A worldwide network of 1.5 million volunteers

27,000+

individuals who visited Flag for conventions, international events and banquets in 2016

“Representatives from Criminon have been providing life skills courses regarding decision making and how to live a happier life to young people at the Pinellas Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Clearwater, Florida. Their team of volunteers serve a vital role in helping to support the mission of the Department as we continue to provide opportunities for the youth in our care to be successful.”

Joseph Seeber, Superintendent, Pinellas Regional Juvenile Detention Center


Scientology Volunteer Ministers in 1,293 cities worldwide

55 languages

spoken by Church staff members at Flag


“Our students have received valuable information and unforgettable exposure to new concepts that as a result have changed their mindsets about using drugs. Unpredictably, students have shared
many times that the lessons have encouraged them to talk more with their parents, with friends, about what they have learned.”

Quinton McGirt, Community Empowerment Center, Urban League of Broward County

Every day 68,570 people found out the truth about drugs

804 New community volunteers

who joined Church-sponsored humanitarian initiatives in the last 12 months