Oberhansly v. ABLE; Narconon International; Narconon East US; Narconon Freedom Center; et. al.

Instead of a nice rehabilitation center, professional health care staff and counselors, and round-the-clock medical staffing, as promised by "Joe" the intake counselor at Narconon Freedom Center, when the Plaintiff arrived, she found dilapidated facilities which were cited by the Calhoun County Health Department for violations, a single nurse, and staff who had, for the most part, been recruited from former patients who had recently completed the Narconon program and were frequently "quarantined off" because of their continued use of alcohol and illegal drugs. You must read the entire complaint to get a full picture of life at Narconon Freedom Center.

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Nord-Shafer and Kennedy v. ABLE, Narconon International, Narconon Freedom Center, et. al.

In addition to the standard complaint of facilities delivering Scientology instead of substance abuse counseling, this lawsuit tells of a difficult withdrawal period with a visit to a hospital emergency room, poor conditions at the facility, lack of medical care, drug use by employees, and improperly cooked food which made the clients sick. The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege breach of contract, negligence, fraud, and premises liability. Narconon Freedom Center failed to meet their duty to provide a safe environment, they claim. Among other requests, the plaintiffs seek injunctive relief in the form of an immediate suspension of the Niacin and Sauna program via a temporary restraining order.

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Tyler and Debay v. Narconon International, ABLE, Narconon Freedom Center, et. al.

Plaintiff's are suing for Breach of Contract, Negligence, Fraud, Premises Liability, Request for Injunctive Relief and Damages in a California federal district court with the assistance of attorney David E. Miller of the Saeed & Little firm based in Indiana. Claims and allegations include negligence causing physical illness, vomiting of blood, pain and suffering that required multiple hospitalizations during the times attending the program. As well, Ms. Tyler was forced to take the vitamins, to go back into the sauna, by threats. Ms. Tyler was put on straight non-medical withdrawal for her addiction to crack and alcohol and her anti-anxiety medicine was taken away, causing her to suffer in withdrawal while having a bad reaction to the niacin. More info on the page.

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Lovett v. Narconon International, ABLE, Narconon Freedom Center,et. al.

Plaintiff is suing for Breach of Contract, Negligence. Fraud Premise Liability, Breach of the Fair Labor Standards Act and Request for Injunctive Relief and Damages in a California federal district court with the assistance of attorney David E. Miller of the Saeed & Little firm based in Indiana. Claims include negligence for inadequate program,medical and addiction care for the patient who entered the program with Hepatitis C, then joining staff, relapsing and redoing the program which resulted in severe liver disease for which he is now under care. More info on the page.

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