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Mott v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving, Inc.; ABLE; Narconon International

...Nikki was seen by a doctor the day she arrived at Narconon, but there was no other medical supervision (doctor or nurse) during withdrawal or during the rest of her stay at Narconon in Colorado. She was taken off an anti-depressant medication which was prescribed by her own personal doctor, and which she had been taking for 10 years, by Narconon. This lawsuit includes claims for: Breach of Contract; Fraud; Fraudulent Concealment; Negligence; Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress; Negligent Misrepresentation; Claim Under Colorado Consumer Protection Act, C.R.S.A. § 6-1-105; and Civil RICO for Mail and Wire Fraud, 18 U.S.C. § 1964(c)....

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Vairo v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving, Inc; ABLE; Narconon Int. Narconon WUS

...Through a 1-800 referral number, plaintiff Ken E. Vairo was recommended Narconon as a drug treatment program with the highest success rate for his son, Ken, Jr. Ken, Sr. was put in contact with Dan Carmichael who made several false representations about the success rate, benefits of the sauna and extensive addiction counseling provided by certified and licensed professionals, including medical personnel, he claims. Mr. Vairo paid $31,000 for the Narconon program, but alleges his son received no counseling for his addiction. Instead, he claims, his son was given scientology training routines and no medical oversight. The plaintiffs make claims for damages under federal wiretap violations, breach of contract, fraud, fraudulent concealment, negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent misrepresentation, claims under the Colorado Consumer Protection Act, unjust enrichment and negligent infliction of emotional distress....

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Matthys and Phillips v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving, Inc; ABLE; Narconon International

...Narconon Fresh Start Employees Bryan Randall and Matt Kinser falsely represented the Narconon Program as having a 75% success rate, that religion is not a part of the program, that Tyler would be under the care of a doctor or nurse at Fresh Start, that the sauna would be medically supervised, and that at least 50% of the cost of the program would be covered by Tyler’s health insurance. This lawsuit includes claims for: Breach of Contract; Fraud; Fraudulent Concealment; Negligence; Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress; Negligent Misrepresentation; Claim Under Colorado Consumer Protection Act, C.R.S.A. § 6-1-105; and Civil RICO for Mail and Wire Fraud, 18 U.S.C. § 1964(c)....

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Courson v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving; ABLE; Narconon International

...The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege breach of contract, fraud, fraudulent concealment, negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent misrepresentation, unjust enrichment and negligent infliction of emotional distress. The Coursens make additional claims under the Colorado Consumer Protection Act related to unfair and deceptive trade practices. ...

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Levy v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a/ A Life Worth Saving; ABLE; Narconon International

...Plaintiff entered the Narconon program receive help for an addiction to painkillers he developed after severely injuring his back as a ski instructor. He was told that Narconon offered standard cognitive behavioral therapy, and that the program was in no way involved the practice of any religion. He was was alarmed by strange treatments such as patients being made to scream at ashtrays, and the lack of any medical supervision. A counselor who was providing "touch assists", allegedly to help patients to relax, grabbed his crotch. The plaintiff was horrified, and soon after decided to leave Narconon. However, Narconon physically coerced him to stay on the property, until he finally persuaded them to let him leave. He was not allowed to take any of his personal effects that he had brought with him, including cash and credit cards. Narconon drove him to and left him at a homeless shelter, where he was forced to make his way home, several hours away. Unfortunately, once he arrived home, he found that Narconon had lied to his wife and told her not to allow him into his home and he was forced to involve police to gain entry to his own home. Afterwards, he required counseling due to post traumatic stress disorder, and, unable to copy with the trauma, he attempted to take his own life and required hospitalization. He is now working to rebuild his life....

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Narconon Fort Collins Colorado Horror Story

...ity with withdrawl assistance, a doctor and drug counselors and also were compassionate to patients in the withdrawl process--i did not want to suffer as i did in other programs from alcohol withdrawl-- But i did, to my horror, THERE WAS NO COMPASSION or COMFORT only suffering."..... Read on to find out what happened to this person during his time at Narconon's Colorado program now under operating under the names A Life Worth Saving and A Life...

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A Life Worth Living, Larimer County Dept. of Health & Environment, December 22, 2015

...Multiple violations were cited by the Larimer County Department of Health including cross contamination from equipment, improper cooling of raw meat stored below cooked and ready-to-eat foods, unclean equipment, surfaces, utensils, etc....

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A Life Worth Living, Larimer County Dept. of Health & Environment, December 29, 2015

...Multiple critical and non-critical violations were cited including cross contamination from equipment, raw animal foods stored below cooked & ready-to-eat foods., unclean surfaces and equipment, similar to the previous inspection. ...

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Narconon Survey Response #275

...This former client of Narconon in Fort Collins, Colorado - "A Life Worth Saving" - describes the living conditions as filthy, the staff as sadistic and uncaring, and says he was abused mentally, and denied acesss to medical treatment, while his diabetes went uncared for. He suffered from sleep deprivation while at Narconon, and was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder after he left. He pleads, "PLEASE SHUT THOSE FACILITIES DOWN!!"...

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I Survived Narconon – Narconon Fort Collins Colorado Horror Story

...on Colorado in Fort Collins was supervised by Narconon Fresh Start (Formerly Narconon Southern California). This ended a couple of years ago. The program promotes itself using the assumed names A Life Worth Living and A Life Worth Saving) Click the names to see the many documents and complaints we have on our site. Glen Petcavage is the long time Executive Director of the Narconon Colorado program. Dan Carmichael was, and still is, a sales and...

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