Drug rehab centre based on teachings of scientology to open in Heathfield, Sussex

Discussion in 'Narconon' started by anon33, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. anon33 Member

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  2. Its open for residents (there just arnt any as yet)

    I been inside, there building a football field as we speak.
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  4. DeathHamster Member

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  5. Anonymous Member

    The article is so lame it's worthy of posting here, for the lulz...

    A former Heathfield care home will soon house a drug rehabilitation centre affiliated to The Church of Scientology, which has such famous followers as actors Tom Cruise and John Travolta.

    Grange Court, Maynards Green, was sold by agents Savills and has been acquired by Narnacon, described as ‘a secular program, independent of Scientology which provides legitimate drug education and rehabilitation.’

    The property was marketed at a guide price of £750,000 and is being refurbished. A programme spokesman said work is underway to provide 18 beds but as yet no formal opening date has been set.
    Narnacon has been a registered charity since 1974, starting life in the USA. Although it has garnered controversy, the organisation says mainstream medicine is ‘biased’ against it.

    Local people have given the centre a guarded welcome. A staff member at the nearby Runt in Tun pub said: “I’m pleased. It’s good to see the building is being used. Local feeling is so far good. They have been very open about it all and talked to us.”

    Businessman and former parish councillor Mike Woodhouse, who lives almost opposite, agreed and added: “Any scheme that helps people get off drugs has got to be positive.” Michael Cousins from Horam said: “This has been bubbling away for several months. We wondered if someone had got the wrong end of the stick when we heard that Scientology had bought it. I think it was formerly used for people with learning difficulties. They will have to do a lot of work to the building but if it helps people with problems then we await the outcome with interest.”
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  6. I live next door and am wondering if anyone knows when anything is going to happen as every time I ask anyone it's a vague answer with a date that never happens ect ,is their some planning issues ect ,any one shed any light ????
  7. anon8109 Member

    If anyone knocks on your door in the middle of the night claiming that they need help to escape from Scientology's Narconon, do a good deed and open the door to help them. They'll need a safe place to hide for a while and access to a phone so they can call their loved ones for help.

    Narconon is not a real drug rehab, but pure Scientology indoctrination. The patients there are put through the same scientology brainwashing methods as any new cult member. This includes punishments, being denied their medicines (the cult is against all medicine), being forced to take dangerous amounts of niacin and sit in a sauna for hours a day.
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  8. RightOn Member

    I think it is better to call the police FIRST.
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  9. Quentinanon Member

    As usual, the Hubbardites have it exactly backwards: "the organisation says mainstream medicine is ‘biased’ against it"

    Mainstream medicine is rooted in scientific research. Scientology is rooted in Hubbard's beliefs and outright lies.
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  10. Quentinanon Member

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  11. Ersatz Global Moderator

    They are infamous for missing deadlines and project starts.
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  12. Quentinanon Member

    So, where do the oiliness table and pain station go?

  13. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Oiliness Table: availability limited to Clearwater, FL
    Pain Station: see "Registrar"
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  14. The Wrong Guy Member

    Drug treatment centre linked to Scientology opens in Heathfield | Kent and Sussex Courier

    A controversial drug treatment centre – linked to the Church of Scientology – has opened in Heathfield. The centre, run by Narconon, began welcoming the first patients to its new Maynards Green Road headquarters this week.

    The group, which up until now has operated mainly out of the United States, bases its recovery programme on the teachings of scientology founder, L Ron Hubbard. His method involves putting addicts through a programme of cold turkey, forcing them to sweat out toxins in sauna conditions and following the programme up with a course of vitamins.

    The centre's director, Sheila Maclean claimed the method provided an alternative to mainstream medicine, although the 18-bed Heathfield HQ would only focus on "rehabilitation" and the training of drug counsellors and medical staff, she said.

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  15. BigBeard Member

    "Training of drug counsellors and medical staff"???

    Since when has narCONon be licensed anywhere to provide medical training to anyone???:confused:

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