Narconon Arrowhead is a long-term drug and alcohol rehabilitation center located by Lake Eufaula in Oklahoma. With approximately 70% of Narconon graduates that have reported to living drug abstinent lives, the facility has a reputation as one of the leading rehabilitation programs in the United States. Situated on the grounds of a state park, Narconon Arrowhead offers individuals a serene atmosphere in which to focus on rebuilding their lives. Currently, there are more than 100 Narconon facilities worldwide, all of which are based on the same drug rehabilitation principles. The program was created on the belief that individuals suffering from drug abuse and addiction can be rehabilitated without resorting to alternative drugs. As such, Narconon is known for its unique, non-medical approach to detoxification. In order to treat individuals experiencing drug withdrawals, the program uses natural techniques including vitamin and mineral supplements, detoxification using low heat saunas, and various forms of exercise. The Narconon Arrowhead facility includes basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts, a fully equipped weight room, and many other indoor and outdoor activities for individuals to enjoy during their stay. There are 8 methods of rehabilitation treatment within the Narconon program that are designed to rehabilitate and detoxify participants so they are able to lead a full and happy life post-treatment. Using these methods, Narconon Arrowhead treats all facets of drug and alcohol addiction, including psychological conditions such as depression. Additionally, the programs utilized at Narconon Arrowhead teach individuals life skills, communication and social intelligence, as well as how to improve learning, focus on the present, identify and resolve problems, and set and accomplish goals.Narconon Arrowhead is certified by the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Since 1992, the facility has been consecutively accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).