Evans, Harris v. Narconon Northern California, et al.

This is the lawsuit filed by the son, Harris Evans, the Narconon patient. On January 6, 2012 Narconon "Vista Bay" accepted Harris Evans, a 5150 involuntary commitment patient in California who suffered from schizophrenia and substance abuse, as a patient at their facility. This was done as a transfer patient from Kedren Acute Psychiatric Hospital in Los Angeles to its facility in Watsonville, CA via coordination with Greg Potts of Carpe Diem Intervention Services and Consultation.

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Evans, Anise v. Narconon Northern California, et al.

On January 6, 2012 Narconon "Vista Bay" accepted Plaintiff's son, Harris Evans, a 5150 involuntary commitment patient in California who suffered from schizophrenia and substance abuse, as a patient at their facility. This was done as a transfer patient from Kedren Acute Psychiatric Hospital in Los Angeles to its facility in Watsonville, CA via coordination with Greg Potts of Carpe Diem Intervention Services and Consultation.

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Mitchell v. Narconon Northern California (dba Vista Bay) et al.

The plaintiff found Narconon on the internet and, after speaking with a salesperson, paid a fee that she was told was all-inclusive to send her sister to Narconon Vista Bay for treatment of a chemical dependency. She was later told that she would have to pay an additional $2,000 to August West Family Services for a "chemical detoxification". She alleges that August West Family Services is part of a bait and switch program to obtain additional money, and that the services provided by them are medically unsound and unnecessary.

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Compton v. Narconon Vista Bay, Narconon Int, et al.

Mr. Compton paid $29,000 for the Narconon program for his son to immediately begin treatment. He was then charged an additional $6,500 for "chemical detoxification", which he had not been informed about prior to agreeing to place his son in the program. There were other things he was not told about, or which were misrepresented to him...

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Akard v. Narconon Southern California. et al.

Akard, represented by William M. Margolin, sues Narconon Southern California, Narconon International, Narconon Western United States, and the Association For Better Living and Education aka ABLE for contractual Fraud. Claims include that Defendent was deceptive in procuring contract, had 'unclean hands', use of Scientology philosophy in the program without disclosure. Much more... read the complaint.

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Chimblo v. Narconon, ABLE, Phil Armour, Jeanne Trahant, et al.

This is a civil lawsuit filed in Superior Court of California, Los Angeles regarding an assault by a co-worker at Narconon in Los Angeles, who also assaulted a student. Included in the charges are statements about Narconon not filing appropriate reports about incidents at the facility, which include a student being raped and a student being injected with heroin by a staff member. Disturbing complaint. The employee sued his employer Narconon, his supervisor Jeanne Trahant and the co-worker who assaulted him, Phil Armour. This involved the now defunct Narconon Los Angeles facility.

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