Narconon Arrowhead Has Official Accreditation from Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission (CARF)

Narconon Arrowhead has undergone extensive and rigorous inspection and has earned certification for its high quality standards and effective methodology from the prestigious Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), also known as Rehabilitation Accreditation Commission.


Narconon Arrohead's certificate from CARF is pictured here:

Narconon Arrowhead was first accredited by CARF in 1992 and has maintained its accreditation since that time.

Narconon Arrowhead is certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to deliver non medical detoxification services..

Narconon Arrowhead is one of the nation's largest and most effective residential drug rehabilitation programs. It is the premier facility of the international network of Narconon® centers and has a phenomenal success rate for helping individuals overcome addiction.

The non-traditional program has been accredited by the prestigious Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for over a decade and has recently been granted another 3-year accreditation, which is the highest awarded.

Every three years CARF surveyors review the program's compliance to professional standards. This latest survey summary included positive statements such as, "The organization has a caring and dedicated staff that is committed to the rehabilitation of persons served. Staff members are organized, with their focus oriented on enhancing the quality of services provided."

The survey outcome summary also concluded that, "The organization does an excellent job in tracking the progress of the persons served following discharge and uses these data in refining its treatment programming."

The effectiveness of Narconon Arrowhead is attributed to the application of L. Ron Hubbard's drug-free rehabilitation methodology as well as its staff members.

The CARF accreditation is now in addition to the certification the program received in April, 2005 from the state's Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services for Non-medical Detoxification.

"We are committed to providing the best possible services to our clients," Gary Smith, Executive Director of the organization said. "This is part of our overall effort to eradicate substance abuse."