Man says he spent $15,000, received Scientology instead of treatment at rehab center - 2015-11-10

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F0.png Man says he spent $15,000, received Scientology instead of treatment at rehab center November 10, 2015, Danielle Salisbury, mLive

A West Virginia man alleges his credit score has dropped 200 points because he cannot pay bills for treatment he says he never received at Narconon Freedom Center, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility in Albion.

Joshua Currey paid $15,000 for 12 days at the facility, which he said ignored his life story or personal problems with addiction and instead purported to treat him with its standardized program of Scientology indoctrination and rituals, according to a pending lawsuit filed in June in Calhoun County District Court.

The center made false representations that it had a 70 percent success rate, was non religious and the cost would be fully reimbursed by Currey's insurance, the lawsuit alleges.


{{cite news | first = Danielle | last = Salisbury | title = Man says he spent $15,000, received Scientology instead of treatment at rehab center | url = http://www.mlive.com/news/jackson/index.ssf/2015/11/man_says_he_spent_15000_receiv.html | work = mLive | date = November 10, 2015 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}