Well, after three weeks of phone calls, I finally got some answers (sort of) from three areas of the Department of Mental Health....one area, (who couldn't or wouldn't answer certain questions) would pass me on to the next one)
Narconon Arrowhead was certified as a "non-medical" detox facility. (The minutes of the March meeting will not be available in any form until after they are verified by the Mental Health Board at its next meeting (May 13)
Narconon Arrowhead passed the requirements for a "non-medical" detox which were Chapter 1 and 15 of the "Permanent Rules"
These rules are promulgated pursuant to the requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act, 75 O.S. =A7 250, et seq.=A0 The purpose of these rules is to effectively implement and enforce Title 43A of the Oklahoma Statutes.=A0 These rules supplement existing state and federal laws, and govern the formal proceedings of the ODMHSAS.
Chapter 1. Administration
Chapter 15. Consumer Rights
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which are found near the bottom of:
Publications http://www.odmhsas.org/publications.htm Changed:4:36 PM on Friday, March 25, 2005
Can someone please CCP and post them? Webtv can't get at them.
Answers and non-answers to other questions.
* The Department does not address the other aspects of Narconon, including its success rate, its claims of success, its advertising, or its drug education and/or training programs.
* You would have to ask Narconon.
* Person asked was unaware of anything called "Findings of Fact" regarding Narconon certification.
(Information provided by:
*Providers' Certification Dept.
Tigger, who's been "handled" so much, I feel like a baton.