Rehabilitation center moves to Lake Eufaula
By Michael McNutt
August 19, 2001
EUFAULA - Narconon Arrowhead, the drug rehabilitation and international training center formerly known as Narconon Chilocco Center near Newkirk, has relocated to Lake Eufaula.
The center, considered the with a ribbon cutting and barbecue.
The relocation was necessary because of expansion. Narconon now has centers in 29 countries. Its mission is "to eradicate the problem of drug and alcohol abuse internationally through effective rehabilitation and education.'
Narconon uses an approach developed by author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard.
The Eufaula center, in addition to treatment, will offer technology training to professionals and organizations wanting workable drug rehabilitation and prevention solutions, its officials said.