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Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc.'s 990 filing of 2008
« on: June 03, 2010, 15:14 »
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Figures of Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc.'s 990 filing of 2008. Here is the
updated chart of revenue/expenses:

Chart:
http://www.xenu-directory.net/documents/corporate/990s.php?ntt=38#at-a-glance

Highlights (percentages are relative to previous year):

     * Revenue from drug rehab services down 29%. Revenue from drug
rehab services have never been this low since 2001.
     * Total revenue (including donations) down 34%. * Salary-related
     expenses down 24% – 253 employees for 2008 vs. 174
for 2007, or $15,018/employee/year in 2008 vs. $28,711/employee/year in
2007.
     * Licensing fees paid to Narconon International down a little more
than 25% (since payments to affiliates is no longer detailed, consistent
with previous years, I assume the payments was for licensing fees, and the
affiliate was Narconon International).
     * In addition, Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc. granted $379,883 to
Narconon International (vs. $315,834 in 2007.)
     * Total expenses down a little more than 22%. * Expense(s) of
     $502,371 in the "Management" column is undocumented. * I suspect what
     used to be filed as "Referral fees" is now filed
as "Fees for services (other)" – which would means $563,445 for 2008 vs.
$674,522 for 2007.
     * Net assets down 14.3%.
     * Dena Goad's earnings as contracted "Field representative" jumped
from $88,735 in 2007 to $161,757 in 2008. [Upstat!]
     * In its statement of program service accomplishment, Narconon of
Oklahoma, Inc., states: “Narconon Arrowhead was a community partner with
Eastern Oklahoma State College and provided training courses approved by
state agencies to qualify for continuing education units for licensed
progfessionals”
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Re: Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc.'s 990 filing of 2008
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2010, 19:30 »
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In its statement of program service accomplishment, Narconon of
Oklahoma, Inc., states: “Narconon Arrowhead was a community partner with
Eastern Oklahoma State College and provided training courses approved by
state agencies to qualify for continuing education units for licensed
professionals”

Eastern Oklahoma State College may need some information.
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Re: Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc.'s 990 filing of 2008
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2010, 01:10 »
You'd think the state of Oklahoma would have learned by now: http://www.shipbrook.net/jeff/CoS/narconon/osb1992.html

Eastern Oklahoma State College may need some information.

Yes, I feel another education campaign coming on...
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Re: Narconon of Oklahoma, Inc.'s 990 filing of 2008
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2010, 11:29 »
You'd think the state of Oklahoma would have learned by now: http://www.shipbrook.net/jeff/CoS/narconon/osb1992.html

Eastern Oklahoma State College may need some information.

Yes, I feel another education campaign coming on...

 LOL. I was there @ the Chilocco Ok location, filming the scam @ the time the above article was written. It was a scam of EPIC proportions. The whole damn Scientology Golden Era cine crew was there. So much for narCONon not having anything to do with scientology ::). Sauna's and Kirstie Alley and Dianetic's Oh my! :-(8/ Then there was the clay figures?????? then the e-meter pinch test :-D^\^\. Now about faking those class rooms 8-^*.