All of them, those in power, and those who want the power, would pamper us, if we agreed to overlook their crookedness by wilfully restricting our activities.
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Organization's primary exempt purpose
The corporation is organized to operate exclusively for charitable purposes by providing drug rehabilitation and educational services through the use of technology researched and developed by L. Ron Hubbard.
Detoxification and rehabilitation
Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc. continued its expansion in 2005, which was its fourth year in its facility in Southeastern Oklahoma on the shores of Lake Eufaula This ideal location, combined with the center's experienced staff, provided those with substance abuse problems every opportunity to succeed in rebuilding their lives and restoring themselves as ethical, contributing members of society
Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc., which operates Narconon Arrowhead, steadily maintained a level of operation including more than 914 students on the program being serviced by approximately 178 staff with a bed capacity of 230 the Narconon Arrowhead drug and alcohol rehabilitation program is the largest, private residential rehabilitation facility in Oklahoma. Staffers include licensed alcohol and drug counselors, certified chemical dependency counselors and trained nursing staff who are specialized in Narconon's drug-free treatment approach
The Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation program was developed by American author and humanitarian L Ron Hubbard Narconon Arrowhead offers a drug-free approach to rehabilitation, including a non-medical withdrawal process followed by communication drills, and by the student's participation in a dry sauna which is accompanied by vitamin supplements and fluids to remove drug residuals stored in the fatty tissue of the body. This is followed by other drills to orient the individual to the environment and finally, various life skills courses that enable the individual to address those factors in life that contributed to his or her substance abuse problems. Any pending legal or family issues are also addressed prior to the student graduating.
Narconon Arrowhead provided substance abuse treatment services throughout 2005, resulting in 456 students who completed the entire program. These individuals, completed a total of thousands of courses, empowering them to become stable drug-free, contributing members of society.
In 2005, Narconon Arrowhead received its fifth straight 3-year accreditation from CARF (the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and also was certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to provide non-medical detoxification services
Narconon Arrowhead also operated the international training center for the Narconon drug rehabilitation network this training center provides the vital training necessary to deliver the Narconon drug treatment methodology staff from other Narconon drug rehabilitation centers in the United States and other countries as well as individuals or groups interested in opening a new Narconon treatement [sic] center in their community came to Narconon Arrowhead to obtain this training
In 2005, Narconon Arrowhead trained individuals from Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, California, Indiana, New York, Israel, South Africa, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Canada These trainees went back to their state or country to deliver drug education or open more Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers to help people suffering from substance abuse in those areas
In 2005, Narconon of Oklahoma purchased an additional facility in nearby McAlester, Oklahoma in which to provide drug rehabilitation and education services as well as to house the international training center the McAlester facility will provide large course rooms, office space, dining facilities, a pool, and more than 100 rooms for lodging staff, trainees and drug rehabilitation students
Drug education and prevention
In 2005, Narconon of Oklahoma's drug education and prevention program provided educational presentations for children, grades 3 through 12 These presentations are done in schools during the school year and at summer camps, churches and community centers when children are out of school
Narconon Arrowhead drug prevention specialists spoke to more than 14,716 individuals in 2005 as word of this effective program spread, schools from all over Oklahoma and surrounding states called in to schedule presentations for their kids
Lively interaction with the students coupled with a presentation on the truth about how drugs affect a person's mind and body, creates an informative program for students they receive vital information from the first-hand experience of someone fortunate enough to have overcome a problem with addiction
In addition to live, in-person presentations, Narconon Arrowhead distributed more than 20,000 informational pamphlets to further spread the word about the Narconon drug education & prevention services that provide correct information about drug abuse and prevention to students, teachers and parents
Rounding off the educational series included the distribution of nearly 100 video lectures "Marijuana, the myth" and "The truth about drugs" to Oklahoma schools more than 40 copies of "the truth about drugs" video were distributed to Oklahoma businesses to provide a tool for these employers to educate their employees about drugs in the workplace
In 2005, Narconon Arrowhead co-produced a 2-part educational video entitled "X-stasy, the real story" this is an informational video which presents the harms of the drug ecstasy and includes a lively Narconon drug education lecture.
San Francisco Chronicle (Feb. 2005):
"Narconon Banned From Boston Public Schools"
During 2005, Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc continued to conduct a public awareness and education campaign through the internet, radio, television, and print media. These airings and publications informed listeners and readers about the mechanics of drug and alcohol addiction and explained how the Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation program provides an effective solution to this national problem
In 2005, Narconon Arrowhead continued distributing television public service announcements these PSA's aired in dozens of states reaching millions of viewers providing a solution to those in need.
In 2005, Narconon Arrowhead expanded its action of sending out written articles on the subject of drug addiction to raise the public's awareness of this problem by the end of the year, 2,714 separate articles had been written and submitted for publication these appeared in hundreds of publications across the country these articles helped to educate and inform several million more readers
More than 7,473,000 advertisements were run in print media, on television and radio and through internet classified ads in addition, there were hundreds of live radio interviews and public service announcements aired these actions, combined with millions of visitors who viewed any of Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc's 30 websites helped to get vital information about substance abuse to millions of people across the nation to enable them to stop the spread of substance abuse either by themselves or by friend, family member or loved one
The thirty websites operated by Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc are
As a result of these educational and public service efforts via the internet and other media outlets, more than 40,534 individuals contacted Narconon of Oklahoma directly for more information and help many of these people were referred to programs in their local area to receive drug or alcohol rehabilitation closer to their home
In 2005, Narconon of Oklahoma, continued to offer a correspondence course to accompany its book Helping Someone Overcome Addiction to help families learn more about the dangers of addiction and what can be done to help copies of the book are available to the general public on our web sites and through the mail