Complaint against Best Drug Rehab, April 18, 2013

This person was forced to change their address with their insurance company to one that the Best Drug Rehab provided. Phone calls were monitored via speakerphone, with a staff member ready to disconnect the call if the truth about the program was told. The person was told that if they wanted to leave, they would be dropped off at a homeless shelter, and feels that he was being held against his will. He was also removed from medications prescribed by his doctor.

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Complaint against Best Drug Rehab, February 11, 2013

This person was told that Best Drug Rehab was successful and specialized in heroin addiction, and that there were classes in dealing with addiction. He was not told about Scientology, nor was he told about the abusive guards who sold drugs to the patients or the sexual relations among patients.

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Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. v. Doe #5

7 people were sued by Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. for their supposed Ripoff report. In this case, BDR sued for Defamation, Injunctive Relief and court costs based upon a Ripoff Report complaint Doe #5 supposedly wrote and published under the pseudonym "Tangie".

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Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. v. Doe #4

7 people were sued by Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc for their supposed Ripoff report. In this case, BDR sued for Defamation, Injunctive Relief and court costs based upon a Ripoff Report complaint Doe #4 supposedly wrote and publish under the pseudonym "DB". Due to their sloppy paperwork, they attached the wrong exhibit, a Ripoff report by an author named "Cheryl".

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Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. v. Doe #3

7 people were sued by Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc for their supposed Ripoff report. In this case, BDR sued for Defamation, Injunctive Relief and court costs based upon a Ripoff Report complaint Doe #3 supposedly wrote and published under the pseudonym "Cheryl" Due to their sloppy paperwork, they attached the wrong exhibit, a Ripoff report by an author named "DB".

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Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. v. Doe #2

7 people were sued by Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. for their supposed Ripoff report. In this case, BDR sued Doe #2 for Defamation, Injunctive Relief and court costs based upon a Ripoff Report complaint Doe #2 supposedly wrote and published under the pseudonym "Marie".

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Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. v. Doe #1

7 people were sued by Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. for their supposed Ripoff report. In this case, BDR sued Doe #1 for Defamation, Injunctive Relief and court costs based upon a Ripoff Report complaint Doe #1 supposedly wrote and published under the pseudonym "Desperate Mother"

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Complaint against Best Drug Rehab, January 15, 2013

This person was told that Best Drug Rehab was a 12-step facility, which they discovered was untrue after arriving. They were not told that it was a Scientology-based program, and included such amenities as flies in the food, lack of air conditioning, and 20-year old gang members.

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Complaint against Best Drug Rehab, December 17, 2012

This person was too desperate to research before he took his son to Best Drug Rehab, but once his son arrived, he found that he'd been lied to about BDR's treatment, including being told that BDR was a "medical facility". His son was suspended and has no intention of returning, and he says the experience was a costly lesson. He ends his complaint with, "From what I can tell the complaints on RipOffReport.com and the Tipping Point forum and other internet-based sites are right on target."

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Narconon Survey Response #269

This former client of Best Drug Rehab in Manistee, Michigan was also a former staff member there. She states that Best Drug Rehab is run according to Scientology methods defined by L. Ron Hubbard, and that the facility is run by scientologists, and the scientology courses are mandatory. She says that drug use in the facility is rampant. She says she was forced to create fraudulent paperwork and lie to parents when they called.

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