Narconon Arrowhead

Narconon Arrowhead is the largest Narconon center in the world.

Narconon is a long term, residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program with more than 100 locations across the United States and throughout the world.

The program was founded in 1964 by a man named William Benitez; and uses the technology of American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The name of our organization, “Narconon” means “drugs no” or “no drugs.” This is because our program does not use any type of drugs to facilitate the treatment of addicts.

Narconon Mission

Narconon’s mission is to help an addicted individual to attain a stable, drug free and ethical life. The program helps to resolve and stop ‘unethical’ and ‘immoral’ behavior by teaching clients a new code for living. Our program also introduces health, nutrition and exercise into one’s life to help with resolving unhealthy choices [many that involved the use of drugs].

Narconon operates over 150 drug rehabilitation and education programs throughout 50 countries. Each center operates individually but all of them deliver an exact program model to aid in recovery.

Seven out of ten Narconon graduates stay permanently drug-free. The residential program lasts an average of 3 months but is delivered on an individual basis so may take more, or less time depending on the specific needs of the individual.

Purpose Of The Narconon Forum

We have started this forum to provide a place for discussion for those in need of rehabilitation. This is also a place where graduates and families can share their successes with Narconon treatment. Our forum welcomes professionals from across the world and values your opinion.

We will be covering a great many topics on the subjects of addiction, substance abuse, rehabilitation, nutrition and holistic methods of treatment and many Frequently Asked Questions about addiction and recovery.

Please feel free to join in our discussions at any time.


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