On October 10, 2011, my son was accused, found guilty and suspended from Narconon Arrowhead in Canadian, Oklahoma. He was accused of writing and placing a threatening note on the room door of another student. The date of the action, copy of the note, copy of the video tape have not been provided despite my requests for proof of his guilt. My son was deemed guilty and immediately transported from the facility to a motel in Tulsa no support. Tulsa is approximately 1,600 miles from his home in SC. All reports of his progress up to this time were very positive. He does have a drug/alcohol problem but he is not prejudice. In addition he would not place a note on a door in a video taped hallway; this makes no sense. I believe Narconon needed a scapegoat to appease the offended minority student and his parents. Sending my son to Narconon was a difficult decision. I trusted them to provide competent care and provide him with the skills to resist drugs and alcohol. All of their expensive literature and web information stresses their competence in providing competent care and high success rates. Competent care was not provided due to unsubstatiated charges against him, neglect, abandonment, character deformation and fraud. I paid $14,000.00 for Levels II & III of his rehabilitation program that were not provided. Until I am provided evidence to the contrary, I firmly believe my son was unjustly accused and treated in an manner far below an acceptable standard of care. Minimal resolution would be for a return of the $14,000.00 paid for Levels II & III of the rehabilitation program. The program was unjustly interrupted and incomplete.