Enrollment on the Narconon Arrowhead Program

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Enrolling a person on the rehab program at Narconon Arrowhead is very easy. Our intake staff are very knowledgeable about the situations families are facing when a loved one is addicted and can help you deal with this situation promptly.

Entrance to Narconon ArrowheadNarconon Arrowhead’s intake staff will pre-assess each individual’s primary needs, and based on those needs assist the individual in determining if the Narconon Arrowhead program will offer them the best  course of action for successful recovery.

Our simple enrollment  process allows us to determine if you or your loved one are qualified to start the Narconon drug rehabilitation program. It only takes a few minutes to complete so approval for admission can be rapidly obtained.

Once this approval has been received, our admissions coordinators will assist you with making your final arrangements for arrival at Narconon Arrowhead. They will help with payments, travel to the facility and legal documents if needed for court, probation or your attorney. They will provide you with a list of items that should be brought to the facility and what items should be left at home. If an intervention is needed, they can recommend resources for this service. Admission staff are committed to help you pull everything together so that admission goes as quickly and smoothly as possible.

Call an enrollment specialist now and get someone you care about on a the road to a life-saving sobriety.

Get help now. Call us at 800-468-6933.

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By Derry Hallmark

Comments (6)

  • jason l. meritt

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    im looking for a treatment place that takes medicare

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  • patricia mancuso

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    Hello I am having a friend who worked and completed your program in CA His name is John C. and he is helping me get the funding to get there I am on methadone, zanax, Adderall and in extreme need of detoxification of methadone I am ready to get sober. My phone number is 609-284-8466 and I live in NJ. Thank you for your time and consideration.

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  • Shelley Oram

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    Good morning I am trying to find a non profit organization that would take my daughter she is a heroin addict that has been in other programs that are 12 step programs and they HAVE NOT WORKED for her I feel that your program would benefit her as she has no self esteem and has lost her identity and her soul has been taken by this evil drug. Do you offer scholarship I do have a donation that I could make of 3000.00 Thankyou for your time. I know that sometimes a non profit org will scholarship someone In that truly wants the help but just has not been given the right treatment and I feel that your holistic approach is just what Shelley needs. Thank you for your time We live in MA and you can reach me at 508-254-6387 my name is Kim and I am Shelleys mom we love her she is a sweet child that has lost her soul Shelley is 23 and has been using for 3 years. Thank you for your tme

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  • carla smith

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    i have a boyfriend that is completely out of control with his drinking
    all he wants to do all day is drink. he gets mean and abusive when i refuse to buy him some vodka
    vodka is the drink of choice. there just is never enough vodka. everytime he works he spends all his money on vodka help me and him. now he is killing himself with it

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  • Heather Jespersen

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    I do not have a lot of money but am desperate need to get sober

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  • Julie Bryer

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    Hello,

    My son is addicted to opiates and cannot seem to find the right path to get his life back. I am on a very limited income and was wondering if you ever had any indigent beds available or any other type of scholarships? I am desperate, I could pay you a little, but am on disability and live on a very fixed income? thank you

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