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Narconon Survey Response #311

...This former client and Registered Nurse claims Narconon is pure scientology and a scam. Dr. Jonathan Singer tried to recruit her to work in his Denver office, She would like to see Narconon shut down by the government. ...

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Narconon Survey Response #274

...This former client of Narconon in Colorado learned at Narconon that he could endure tough times sober - enduring the tough times at Narconon taught him that. He used within the first two years after leaving Narconon, but is not using now. He attributes his sobriety to the realization that he could live life drug free and be perfectly content, and the fact that he had caused significant damage to my family, friends, and self. According to this former client, the 'aftercare' provided by Narconon is absolutely dismal....

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Narconon Survey Response #279

...This former client of Narconon in Fort Collins, Colorado and his insurance company paid $40,000 for him to attend. He is unhappy with the service and results because they were not what was promised when he entered. He says, "I learned about Scientology instead of receiving treatment for addiction. Treatment I spent $40,000 dollars for." He asks, "Whatever happened to full disclosure?" After he graduated, he worked for Narconon for several months, and is still owed $1500 which has still not been paid....

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22 More Lawsuits Involving Narconon Added, Total: 84

...of Northern California d/b/a Redwood Cliffs; ABLE; Narconon International; et.al. Tino v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a Rainbow Canyon Retreat; ABLE; Narconon International; et. al. Courson v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving; ABLE; Narconon International Burchett v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a Sunshine Summit Lodge, ABLE, Narconon International, et. al. Brown v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a Sunshine Summit Fresh Start; ABLE; Narconon...

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Records Request Fulfilled: Michigan Attorney General releases complaints

...thern California d/b/a Redwood Cliffs; ABLE; Narconon International; et. al. Matthys and Phillips v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving, Inc; ABLE; Narconon International Mott v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a A Life Worth Saving, Inc.; ABLE; Narconon International Geanacopulos v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a Rainbow Canyon Retreat Estrada and Chavez v. Narconon Fresh Start d/b/a Sunshine Summit Lodge, et. al. Amato v. Narconon Fresh Start...

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NAFC v. Narconon and Church of Scientology (many defendants)

...Plaintiff National Association of Forensic Counselors, Inc. (NAFC) and Plaintiff American Academy of Certified Forensic Counselors, Inc. d/b/a American College of Certified Forensic Counselors (ACCFC) are issuing bodies for certifications in the rehab field, including Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor (CCDC), Master Addictions Counselor (MAC), and others. After finding that numerous Narconon and Scientology related entities and persons were (and are) using their certifications and trademarks without authorization, they have filed a lawsuit in Federal Court seeking to reclaim damages resulting from loss of reputation and money, which resulted in financial enrichment of the 82 defendants, and have asked for an injunction to prevent use in the future. The use of the trademarks implies that the individuals are certified by the Plaintiffs when in fact they are not. This case may have far reaching repercussions on other cases against Narconon....

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FTC Complaint, Narconon Fort Collins, March 26, 2012

...Parent drained IRA savings to send daughter to Narconon based upon lies and misrepresentations of the program by the referral person ( Josh Penn - later found to be an employee of Narconon ) and staff intake people. Daughter suffered weeks of pain during extended non-medical detoxification, left in bed and denied pain relief the majority of the time, only rarely given an an aspirin. Requests help in obtaining a refund....

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Narconon Survey Response #368

...This former client describes deplorable facility conditions, unprofessional staff without proper credentials, high staff turnover (average 2 weeks) and little to no medical oversight at Narconon Colorado Fresh Start. As many others have alleged, he reports Narconon staff members were having sexual relations with clients in treatment ....

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Complaint to BBB, Narconon Fort Collins, June 22, 2010

...The parents of this former client found the advertised success rate of 70% appealing on a Narconon website. When they learned that the Narconon program was based on the philosophies and teachings of L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of scientology, their son was immediately removed from the program. Narconon denied receiving a refund request. ...

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Complaint to BBB, Narconon Fort Collins, September 8, 2011

...In this complaint, the parent of a former client alleges that son experienced emotional distress, memory loss, and required treatment for PTSD after undergoing scientology's training routines at Narconon Fort Collins. Narconon provided two robotic responses to the consumer's complaint....

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