Eagle Quest of Nevada, Inc., failed to protect the medical wellbeing of three female juveniles on a six week wilderness experience called the Hero's Journey, that cost taxpayers, $670 a day in Medicaid. The girls passed out from heat stroke and dehydration and EQ ordered staff to not treat the victims and covered it up, after abandoning the neglected youth in the desert for a day and a night with no provisons. water, cloths, medical care.
A mandatory reporter immediately reported to Eagle Quest, but he was quickly fired.
In the past two weeks (Jan 30-Feb 16) Eagle Quest, has maintained that the medical abuse and abandonment of the girls never took place; EQ told the Nevada State Police. Nye County Sheriff's Dept and Las Vegas Metro Police, that the abuse never took place after Eagle Quest concealed the reporter'S 3-page incident report filed in the field.
Eagle Quest, is operating group homes and is recruiting foster parents while at the same time their concealing severe abuse issues.
Tell Eagle Quest, the Sheriff's and State Police, that protecting foster youth through mandatory reporters is state/federal law and that law enforcement must investigate.