Kicked to the curb: Penta vs. Narconon Gulf Coast Inc. and Deborah Ross

AnonyMary

Formerly Fooled - Finally Free
In mid September of 2012, Domenic J. Penta, Jr., age 44, had been at Narconon Gulf Coast for almost 2 months. Counting on the 90% success rate promised by Narconon Gulf Coast, his parents had paid $40,000 for him to attend. But unbeknownst to his parents, Dominic had been wrongfully kicked out of the program and dropped off at a hotel without any funds. He died of a drug overdose in the area shortly thereafter. [..]

[..] On May 12, 2014, the parents of the late Domenic J. Penta, Jr. age 44, filed a lawsuit against Narconon Gulf Coast, Inc. and its Director, Deborah Ross.

Read on for more and look over the lawsuit
Kicked to the curb: Penta vs. Narconon Gulf Coast Inc. and Deborah Ross
http://narcononreviews.net/narconon...-vs-narconon-gulf-coast-inc-and-deborah-ross/


Rest in Peace, Domenic
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Leland

Crusader
Are Narconons now not calling themselves Narconon? Are they changing their names....so bad information can't be found? (and other reasons)
 

AnonyMary

Formerly Fooled - Finally Free
Are Narconons now not calling themselves Narconon? Are they changing their names....so bad information can't be found? (and other reasons)


Quite a few of the facilities across the country have either changed their corporate names or are using fictitious names registered as such ( dba: doing business as ) but in this particular case, the owners were never scientologists and left the Narconon network as a facility in late 2013. They went from a non-profit Narconon Gulf Coast, Inc ( still an active corporation due to open lawsuits ) to Blu By The Sea, LLC. They Narconon facility license was transferred to Blu By The Sea LLC

Narconon Northern California recently changed it's corporate name, as noted on Reaching For The Tipping Point Forum

Re: Lawsuits against Narconon and NN front groups - Ongoing Thread
« Reply #106 on: September 22, 2014, 09:35 »

Quote from: Mary_McConnell on September 21, 2014, 11:21
Narconon Northern California apparently changed it's corporate name in January 2014 to HALCYON HORIZONS, INCORPORATED, hence it's inclusion in Hannon's case for ENNA KUTZ

Quote from: ethercat on September 22, 2014, 09:35
How bizarre that the new name, Halcyon, is a homonym for a form of benzodiazepine, Halcion. Whatever could they have been thinking??
http://forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.net/index.php/topic,6462.msg34710.html#msg34710

Narconon Northern California ( before they reincorporated as Halcyon Horizons, Inc) changed many of their individual facility names, ir" Vista Bay to Redwood Cliffs... that is one of maybe 5 examples from them. This company could be trying to distance themselves from the Narconon name but I am certain they are still operating a Narconon program. Quite a few execs are scientologists and they do attend and send some staff to the Silicon Valley Org.

Another changed name: Narconon Southern California changed it's corporate name several years ago to NArconon Fresh Start. They also changed the names of their individual facilities, ie: Warner Springs is now Sunshine Summit Lodge... there are quite a few names from just those two entities, all of ahich eventually reported the changed by official fictitious name filings and facility licensing name..

It's hard to keep up with all of them but we do. Of course they change the corporate, fictitious and facility names because of all the complaints and forum discussions on the internet.

I am sure that Narconon Gulf Coast Inc thought they could fool the public into believing they were no longer in business when they changed corporate entities but I have a copy of an affidavit made by Deborah Ross where she stated " Blu By The Sea LLC f/k/a Naronon Gulf Coast, Inc"

f/k/a being 'formerly known as'. That and a host of other lawsuits documents are being prepared for publishing on Narconon Reviews soon. I'll try to remember to post a link here when we get it online.
 

Leland

Crusader
I noticed that the Mental Health company hired by the County of Pinellas here in Tampa.....is called Suncoast Center Inc.

The Narconon facility in the County just north....Hernando County calls themselves Suncoast Rehibilatation Center....

The ploy to confuse and copy an existing facility's name, that has real Doctors...and can prescribe meds.....is obvious to me.
 

AnonyMary

Formerly Fooled - Finally Free
I noticed that the Mental Health company hired by the County of Pinellas here in Tampa.....is called Suncoast Center Inc.

The Narconon facility in the County just north....Hernando County calls themselves Suncoast Rehibilatation Center....

The ploy to confuse and copy an existing facility's name, that has real Doctors...and can prescribe meds.....is obvious to me.

Suncoast Rehabilitation Center is the fictitious name for Narconon Spring Hill, Inc. The fictitious name registration with the state of FL expired in 2013, so legally they aren't supposed to be using that name in that state. Someone with some time on their hands should report that.

Suncoast Center, Inc does many things besides addiction treatment

Suncoast Center, Inc
Programs/Services

Child & Family Services
Children's Advocacy Center
Child Protection Team
Early Childhood Svcs (0-5)
Medical Foster Care
Parent Aide
School-Based Health Partnerships
Total Family Strategy
Children's Advocacy Center
Counseling
Adults
Adult Integrated Services
Intensive Family Services
FACT Team
Adult Case Management
Children
Intensive Family Services
Early Childhood Services
Families
Family Integrated Services
Intensive Family Services
Parent Aide
Total Family Strategy
Seniors
Jail Diversion/Re-Entry
Trauma Services
Rape Crisis Treatment
Rape Crisis Center
Sexual Assault Victim Exams
Trauma Services
Financial Education
Self-Sufficiency Services
Substance Abuse
Adults
Children

They have been in business many years. There are hundreds of businesses that start out with the name Suncoast Do an search and see. http://sunbiz.org.

There was once another entity called SUNCOAST REHABILITATION CENTER, INC. that began in 1998 and was inactive and dissolved in 2000, no relation to drug rehab or Narconon Spring Hill. See corp details on each, below.

Here are details on each

Florida Non Profit Corporation

SUNCOAST CENTER, INC.
Filing Information
Document Number758609
FEI/EIN Number592092717
Date Filed 06/03/1981
State FL Status ACTIVE

Last Event CORPORATE MERGER
Event Date Filed12/01/2009

Event Effective Date NONE
Principal Address
4024 CENTRAL AVE.
ST. PETERSBURG, FL 33711


Fictitious Name
SUNCOAST REHABILITATION CENTER
Filing Information
Registration Number G08240900111
Status EXPIRED
Filed Date 08/27/2008
Expiration Date 12/31/2013
Current Owners 1
County HERNANDO
Total Pages 1
Events Filed NONE
FEI/EIN Number NONE
Mailing Address
33 N. GARDEN AVE, SUITE 750
CLEARWATER, FL 33755
Owner Information
NARCONON SPRING HILL, INC
33 N. GARDEN AVE. SUITE 750
CLEARWATER, FL 33755
FEI/EIN Number: 26-3151983
Document Number: N08000007518
Document Images
08/27/2008 -- Fictitious Name Filing

Florida Non Profit Corporation
NARCONON SPRING HILL, INC.
Filing Information
Document Number N08000007518
FEI/EIN Number263151983
Date Filed08/08/2008
State FL
Status ACTIVE
Last Event AMENDMENT
Event Date Filed11/10/2008
Event Effective Date NONE
Principal Address
1390 SUNSET POINT ROAD
CLEARWATER, FL 33755

Changed: 08/14/2014


Filing Information
SUNCOAST REHABILITATION CENTER, INC
Document Number P98000007384
FEI/EIN Number593487540
Date Filed01/23/1998
State FL
Status INACTIVE
Last Event ADMIN DISSOLUTION FOR ANNUAL REPORT
Event Date Filed09/22/2000
Event Effective Date NONE
Principal Address
278 S. MOON AVE.
BRANDON, FL 33511


We have most details on each Narconon entity over at NarcononReviews.net

If you go to this page and look for and click LOCATIONS on right side bar, you can check out all the other facilities and names that we have up.. it may not be up to date but it's been recently updated.

We're always appreciative of attention to Narconon matters and are always looking for information and volunteers to help. Just commenting and spotting things like this is helpful. Thanks
 

phenomanon

Canyon
What Suncoast did to Dominic was CRIMINAL.

When I read stories like this of unquestionable CRIMINAL disregard, it causes me to question whether or not Narconon staff also supplied the drugs on which he overdosed.

Just sayin'.
 
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