201 E Ojai Ave
Ojai, CA 93024
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About This Rehab
Step inside the doors of Narconon Ojai, and you enter an environment dedicated to one thing: helping people overcome addiction for good.
First, we don’t have “patients” or “victims” or “addicts.” We have students—students who are learning to live a successful drug-free life.
Here, every detail has been taken into account to give those students the stability they need to help free themselves from addiction and rebuild their lives without drugs—in complete privacy and comfort.
Narconon Ojai is the world’s most exclusive Narconon center, designed to deliver Narconon’s uniquely effective technology—from specially-designed spaces for drug-free withdrawal, to the New Life Detox center with our proven methodology to eliminate the drug residues that stimulate cravings and contribute to relapse.
The center stands secluded on 43 acres perched atop a mountain peak in Ojai, California. The vantage point commands a spectacular 360 degree view of the surrounding hills, all the way to the horizon.
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Licensed In California
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Program for Men
Program for Women
Young Adult Program
Payment Plans Available
New Life Detoxification
Levels of Care
Residential Treatment Program
How to escape the rehab trap:
Narconon uses proven rehabilitation technology that gets to the problem at its source—and provides a path for long-term success.
For nearly 50 years, Narconon has saved those who were thought lost to substance abuse forever. Week by week. Year by year. Our success is measured in our ever-growing number of graduates who now lead new lives free from drugs.
Many who come to Narconon have been through other drug rehab programs before with no lasting success. Our program is unique. Narconon uses a series of techniques found nowhere else to help addicts overcome drug and alcohol dependencies and their damaging effects. This is done naturally—there are no substitute drugs in the Narconon program.
At Narconon, we look to address the causes of addiction—to get at what drove a person to drugs in the first place.
The goal is a drug-free life.
New Life Detoxification is based on L. Ron Hubbard’s breakthrough discovery that LSD residues appeared to remain trapped in the body, mainly in the fatty tissues, long after a person had stopped taking the drug. This explained why someone who had used LSD in the past could suddenly reactivate a “trip” even years later. Further research revealed that many other toxic substances could also remain in the body, producing negative effects for years to come.
The answer? The New Life Detoxification is a combination of exercise, sweating in a dry-heat sauna and a carefully monitored regimen of hydration and nutrition. The procedures break up and flush out the toxic residues that remain in the body—even after the person has stopped taking drugs.
Ask any Narconon graduate about the New Life Detox. They’ll tell you they sweated out the drugs locked up in their system and gained a new energy, a new vitality—a new life, free from drug cravings.
The Narconon program includes unique exercises called objectives to help bring a person's attention off the past and into the present.
Becoming stable in present time is a very important factor in drug rehabilitation. A person’s attention can be stuck in literally thousands of different past moments. His behavior and attitudes are influenced by such past experiences. With so much attention on his past, he has little or no attention left for the here and now.
The purpose of objectives is to bring the person out of the past and into present time—ready and able to face life without resorting to drugs.