Tranquility Detox

Doing business as:
Tranquility Detox
Address: 163 North Ave Battle Creek, Michigan 49017-3426
County: Calhoun
Managed by: Per A. Wickstrom
Registered Agent: Phillip B. Slot
7 Monroe Center NW, Suite 77, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Does #1 and #2 v. Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc. and Tranquility Detox

Plaintiffs names are confidential due to Doe #2 having been a minor child while attending the program. Doe #1, the parent, was fraudulently assured that Best Drug Rehabilitation was the only Michigan ' juveniles only' drug rehab program, after being told there were none in Indiana. The claims in this case against Best Drug Rehabilitation, Inc (BDR) and Tranquility Detox are for Fraud, Credit Card/Application Fraud, Unjust Enrichment, Breach of Contract, and Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress. There are 115 statements supporting the above claims, one more disturbing than the next, about the minor child attending Tranquility Detox and Best Drug Rehab, falsehoods told to the parent, and fraudulent actions taken by the defendants in order to make the sale. No one should have to go through what happened, much less a minor child and a caring and vulnerable parent. 2 names mentioned in the complaint are Darwin Dixon, the salesman, and Brian Basil, the interventionist Dixon referred the parent to. Read what they said and did to get the child to arrive. Also, read what happened at Tranquility Detox, then on the long drive from there to the Best Drug Rehab in program in Manistee, MI 2 days later; what was going on there, what the minor was made to deal with before he secretly called home, before BDR director Amber Howe assured the parent that the minor was not telling the truth and they have an 85% success rate. The next day, the minor finally walked away, found a phone, called his family to come get him and waited while they drove 7 hours to rescue him from the traumatic nightmare. This case was settled.

Read more »

Does medication provide the tranquility at Tranquility Detox?

These parents became concerned when their 19-year-old son was transferred from Best Drug Rehab to Tranquility Detox, without their knowledge. According to the parents, an intake counselor in Manistee refused to let them speak to their son on the phone. More research about the Narconon program caused alarm. Calls were placed to the Michigan Attorney General's office and Law Enforcement in both counties, where officials assured them the program was dangerous. One or both parents traveled to Michigan to remove son from the program.. On arrival at the facility, their son refused to leave the program, but appeared heavily medicated. He wrote a letter of refusal, on the spot, which the parents believe was coached or coerced.

Read more »

Narconon Survey Response #295

This former client of Best Drug Rehab in Manistee, Michigan was told his health insurance would pay for his stay if he changed his address to the facility's address. He was told this was because the facility was out of network, and his insurance was billed for outpatient treatment. He describes overcrowding, unprofessional employees, abusive language, and indiscriminate sex. He became depressed after leaving, and was still using at the time he answered the survey.

Read more »

Narconon Survey Response #282

This former client of Narconon-clone Best Drug Rehab in Manistee, Michigan was told the program was Christian based, that there were amenities which turned out not to exist, and other untruthful statements about the program. It was against this person's religion to do Scientology assignments, but the person was told that if they didn't do the Scientology TRs (training routines), that they would be dropped off at a homeless shelter. When this person decided to leave, they were held locked in an office, and says, "The day i left the cops were there for 2 other clients trying to leave but were held against their will."

Read more »

Complaint against Best Drug Rehab, May 10, 2013

This complaint describes deplorable conditions at the facility - no hot water, and the cold water being yellow, clients with infectious diseases with no precautions taken to contain the diseases, a client with a known food allergy who was taken to the emergency room because of food supplied by the facility, and failure to provide paperwork for the writer to return to work.

Read more »