A detailed complaint with times and dates showing how a patient was turned away after 48 hours due to a pre-existing condition which A Forever Recovery had been aware of. This was after payment had been made for detox. Once the patient had left the A Forever Recovery facility, phone calls were not returned and the complainant feels very mislead.
Violations: food storage, outdated food, equipment needs repair or replacing, lighting
Violations: food prep, food storage, lighting
This is a 2011 FTC complaint about Narconon Stone Hawk sent in by the Michigan Attorney General. The details of the complaint against Stone Hawk are not mentioned. The details of this complaint have been redacted. Nevertheless, we have included it here to document that a complaint was made about the facility listed on the given date.
This complainant cites forced religious practice of Scientology; lack of other advertised options; tired, overworked, and unqualified staff; and an outbreak of athlete's foot at the facility. This package includes a response from Best Drug Rehab to the Attorney General in which the author states that the client left Best Drug Rehab not because of conditions, but because "she hates her [redacted] and wants to get back at her", a highly unprofessional thing to say, even if true.
Violations: food storage, plumbing, weather stripping
Canadian citizen reports on the deceptive trade practices of the Narconon Freedom Center and his/her experience of being sent first, and unawares, to A Forever Recovery for a short and incomplete medical detox and then transferred to Narconon Freedom Center, where he/she experienced extended withdrawal resulting in extreme pain requiring costly hospitalization. See other detailed issues of importance.
Violations: Outdated food, unmarked chemicals and pesticides
Violations: plumbing, unlabeled chemicals, accumulating water, sanitation, food storage
Violations: plumbing, food storage, unmarked chemicals, accumulating water under serving line cooler