Landmeier v. Narconon Arrowhead, Narconon International, and Social Betterment Properties

Heather Landmeier, age 27, attended Narconon 3 times. She relapsed after each stay, and her family and she decided it best she return for more treatment each time. The 3rd time resulted in her becoming brain damaged and paralyzed from the neck down. Heather's family sues Narconon Arrowhead for negligence after she overdosed on heroin and Oxycontin at a Tulsa hotel Narconon had brought her to in March 2008 because they dismissed her from Narconon Arrowhead for testing positive for drug use. The family states the drugs were provided by Narconon staff members. This case is important because Narconon is fighting the release of employee relapse history and discipline records, despite a OK Supreme Court order to release them.

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Police Log, Narconon Arrowhead, August 6, 2009

This police report involves a welfare check on a client who was attempting to leave Narconon Arrowhead. The mother alleged that Narconon would not allow the client to have his vehicle. Narconon advised the police on arrival that the client had left.

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