Monday, February 17, 2014

STOPADDICTION.COM: Newest Per Wickstrom Promotional Video Refers Viewers To Narconon For "The Truth"!

www.stopaddiction.com screen capture
An eagle-eyed tipster, who read my earlier post "Per Wickstrom Comes Out" via a link on Reaching for the Tipping Point, reveals that www.stopaddiction.com, one of the informational websites Wickstrom provided in the video, is actually a Narconon referral site.

A WHOIS database reveals this site description:

Rehab - Rehab Center - Narconon Arrowhead
Holistic, drug - free, non - traditional drug rehab and alcohol rehab. Over 70% success rate with addiction treatment. 

Narconon Arrowhead is located in a beautiful state park on a lake 

Administrator for the site, registered on December 13, 1999, is Narconon Arrowhead's Senior Director of Marketing, Derry Hallmark.

Registry Domain ID:
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.networksolutions.com
Registrar URL: http://www.networksolutions.com/en_US/
Updated Date: 2006-11-04T00:00:00Z
Creation Date: 1999-12-13T00:00:00Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2015-12-13T00:00:00Z
Registrar IANA ID: 2
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@web.com

Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: 800-333-7680
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Narconon
Registrant Organization: Narconon
Registrant Street: 1000 W. Judo Rd.
Registrant City: Newkirk
Registrant State/Province: OK
Registrant Postal Code: 74647
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: (800) 468-6933
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: 999 999 9999
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: newlife001@EARTHLINK.NET

Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Hallmark, Derry
Admin Organization: Narconon of Oklahoma
Admin Street: HC 67 Box 5
Admin City: Canadian
Admin State/Province: OK
Admin Postal Code: 74425
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: 918-339-5800
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: 999 999 9999
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: info@stopaddiction.com

Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name:
Tech Organization: EarthLink Network, Inc.
Tech Street: 1375 Peachtree Street
Tech City: Atlanta
Tech State/Province: GA

Tech Postal Code: 30309
Tech Country: US
Tech Phone: 404-815-0700
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: - - 626-296-5113
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: linkthepage@yahoo.com

Name Server: ns1.addiction2.com
Name Server: ns2.addiction2.com
DNSSEC: not signed
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of whois database: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 18:31:13 UTC

Domain Status:

Hey, maybe they have call forwarding!


Note: Video as reviewed uploaded to YouTube January 8, 2014

Per Wickstrom Ingrid Kelley video transcript: as of February 16, 2014 5:30 PM

Ingrid Kelley (IK):

Hello, everyone. I’m Ingrid Kelley and thank you for joining us. Today, we are exploring the issue of substance abuse and the steps one can take to overcome this illness.

Joining me now with much more is Per Wickstrom. He is the founder of Best Drug Rehabilitation. Thank you so much for being here.

Per Wickstrom (PW):

Thank you for having me, Ingrid. It’s a pleasure, as always, to come and educate people on substance abuse.


OK. How long have you been in the business of helping people overcome substance abuse?


In 2002, I bought my first center. So actually you can (unintelligible) say when did I really get in the substance abuse busines? I started the company February 2nd of 2003; we actually had our first client come through the doors.


So what motivated you to actually own and operate your own business?


You know, that’s a real tough question because motivation comes from many different aspects in life. And I would say that when I went back into the car/automobile business, it wasn’t satisfying. We had the same things that we have and it changed because I had changed going through rehabilitation.


And why are you succeeding in an industry where most people are actually failing?


That’s a great question. What I view is if you keep help, you know, we, we try to help people in this world today as much as possible. And if you keep help number one, above any other award, and help is your main focus, you’re gonna succeed.


What’s the biggest challenge that one faces when trying to get someone actually into rehab? What would you say?


The biggest challenge in getting anybody to rehabilitation is to get them to view their life.  Because if you’re failing, you’re not succeeding, you’re not gonna want to admit it to your peers, or your parents, or your wife or husband.


What are some of your biggest concerns regarding drug abuse?


That people are uninformed. People don’t know. We far too often observe and we put our blinders on and we don’t put the hammer down.


What type of programs are actually offered at Best Drug Rehabilitation?


Well, you know, Best Drug Rehabilitation offers a myriad of programs. What we did is, we sat down—a bunch of us therapists—and we decided to look at what works and we all raised our hand: how did you get sober? And I had counselors that were Native Americans, counselors that were Buddhists, I had counselors that were from Celebrate Recovery, which is Christian. And they all had a little bit of different of a story.

So instead of just saying this is the straight line you have to roll, we incorporated five different programs under one roof with five different trained counselors from five modalities.

So, not only do we have Celebrate Recovery, we have SMART Recovery.

Not only do we have cognitive behavior therapy, but we have Buddhism…if you want to take it.

It’s all an elective, and it seemed to me when I went to rehab that nobody would give me a choice. It was their way or the highway, and that didn’t work for me.

I had to formulate something that was a workable solution and incorporate some kind of a belief system that I could believe in.


There are some reports about you being a Scientologist, and actually using your centers as recruitment tools. Would you like to respond to those allegations?


Well, my personal beliefs have nothing to do with the beliefs that I teach at my rehabilitation centers.

I am a Scientologist. What religion are you?


I’m Christian.


Right. So we all have our basic belief system, and I believe that in rehabilitation spirituality is very important. But I don’t believe that you have to classify Scientology or Christianity or Buddhism—any of those—as a philosophy that somebody has to change to.

I believe you should pick tools up from every available aspect to kick what we call addiction’s behind.


Do you force patients or employees to become Scientologists?



Never, ever would I do that...100 percent.


For people who are watching this, is there a website for them to go to so they can actually learn more about your centers?


Well you can Google my center, you know, best, www dot BestDrug Rehabilitation dot com. You can Google www dot stopaddiction dot com.

As far as drug addiction, the best way to learn about drug addiction is to get on the phone and to call us or to call a counselor.

You’re going to get better information because you’re going to talk to somebody like we’re talking, where you can learn the truth!


Thank you so much for joining us, and for sharing all this information regarding your centers.

And thank you so much for watching. Have a great day.


1 comment:

  1. What really probably happened was PW meant to say "www.stopyouraddiction.com" - the website address for AFR. I think he unintentionally dropped the "your" and thus inadvertently provided the address for a Narconon which is www.stopaddiction.com His blooper. A very common practice among the sales group at Division 6 is to give the address www.stopyouraddiction.com to a potential client before they have time to google A Forever Recovery by name, thus resulting in potential client to "hit black pr."

    Everything is about damage control and avoiding clients from hitting BLACK PR