Complaint against Best Drug Rehab, August 7, 2012

This complainant says she was mislead about the role of Scientology in the Best Drug Rehab program, and in addition, had a great deal of trouble with her insurance due to the way it was handled by BDR. Her son was required to repeat parts of the coursework, while people who arrived after her son did were finishing the program. She felt this was due to her son having good insurance that was willing to keep paying. This large complaint file includes correspondence from Best Drug Rehab's attorney, trying to explain away the problems, and includes a "hidden" section from the BDR website which would not be found unless the searcher included the term "Scientology" in their search terms. This person was asked to sign a "Confidential Release and Settlement Agreement" which includes a "hush agreement", also called a non-disclosure agreement, which is included beginning on page 62 of the PDF. They did not sign the agreement.

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Complaint against Best Drug Rehab, July 19, 2012

This complainant was not told in advance that Scientology, as well as roaches, ants, and bed bugs, would be a part of the program. Consequently, his son left Best Drug Rehab, and they didn't even realize he was gone until the parent told them. He was seeking a refund.

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Complaint against A Forever Recovery, July 3, 2012

A comprehensive complaint about A Forever Recovery telling of unsanitary conditions, lack of promised medical attention, broken toilets, the confiscation of items the patient had been assured were allowed, lies about visits and phone calls allowed and a refusal to refund personal money after the program.

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Complaint against A Forever Recovery, May 14, 2012

This complainant was not sent a contract to sign until after payment had been made and the family member was already at A Forever Recovery. The contract included many clauses the person did not want to sign, but did anyway due to the fact that the family member was already there. The contract included a clause which stated that after a 10-day period there would be no refund. The family member was not allowed to contact the family until the refund grace period had passed. Once they had spoken with the family member at the facility, they did more research and were seeking their money back and an investigation by the Attorney General's office of A Forever Recovery for their "shady practices".

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Teague v. Narconon Freedom Center, Inc., A Forever Recovery, Inc., & Tia Corp

Plaintiff Mr. Teague thought he was going to Narconon Freedom Center but instead he was diverted over to former Narconon Stone Hawk executive Per Wickstrom's other facility, A Forever Recovery (AFR) for 'detox' of abuse of prescribed medications and alcoholism. Soon he was returned to Narconon Freedom Center, where he continued to suffer from severe withdrawal symptoms without any assistance by Narconon.

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Complaint against A Forever Recovery, January 17, 2012

A detailed complaint with times and dates showing how a patient was turned away after 48 hours due to a pre-existing condition which A Forever Recovery had been aware of. This was after payment had been made for detox. Once the patient had left the A Forever Recovery facility, phone calls were not returned and the complainant feels very mislead.

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