solving skills; heighten one’s sense of moral values and bu
ild self esteem . These are key issuesthat need to be addressed in the addiction recovery process. While most of the principals andrehabilitation methods used at Narconon can be found within the vast amount of informationcontained in the religion of Scientology materials, all of the materials pertaining to the Narcononrecovery program have been completely secularized and contain no religious philosophy.6.
Narconon Arrowhead is certified to offer non medical detox services by the ODMHSAS andaccredited by CARF and has complied fully with all applicable regulations and treatmentstandards set forth by these two agencies. Additionally, Narconon has remained in fullcompliance with all state laws that govern the legal operation and conduct of a Drug and AlcoholRehabilitation Program in Oklahoma since it was first licensed and accredited in 1992.7.
Narconon Arrowhead has offered 45-48 ability to pay scholarship beds per year since 2001. Thisscholarship program was created for individuals who are in need of drug or alcohol rehabilitationservices that do not have the financial resources to pay for treatment services or who could notsecure a state funded treatment bed at their time of need. Most of these beds in this program havebeen granted to local Oklahomans at no cost to the state or its tax payers.8.
Narconon Arrowhead currently employs 175 staff. All are taxpaying residents of Oklahoma.9.
Narconon Arrowhead is one of the top employers in Pittsburg and McIntosh Counties.10.
Narconon drug education lecturers have delivered drug prevention programs to approximately200,000 young people and adults in Oklahoma in the last 5 years. All were delivered at no cost tothe state or its tax payers.11.
Narconon’s 20 year history in Oklahoma to date there has been a to
tal of 5 lawsuitsconcerning former Narconon clients. 3 were settled, 1 was dismissed and 1 is pending.12.
Among Narconon Arrowhead’s 175
staff there are 44 licensed or credentialed treatment staff thatwork with our clients at the Narconon Arrowhead facility.
1 Medical Director, Licensed Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a member of theAmerican Society of Addiction Medicine. Board Certified Family Practice
AmericanCollege of Osteopathic Family Physicians and FDA Certification for Outpatient OpiateAddiction Treatment.
7 full time LPN’s.
This exceeds state requirements for nursing staff for non medical detoxor residential treatment services.
3 LADC’s (Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors) with ICAADC (International Certified
Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor) certification.
2 CADC’s (Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors) with ICADC (International Certified
Alcohol and Drug Counselor) certification.
20 CCDC’s (Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor, Certified through the National
Association of Forensic Counselors and The National Board of Addiction Examiners)
5 CBHCM’s (Certified Behavioral Health Case Managers)
2 ODMHSAS trained ASI (Addiction Severity Index) Interviewers.
4 ODMHSAS trained RSS’s (Recovery Support Specialist)