The Ranch at Clear Springs Review, Cost, Complaints

The Ranch at Clear Springs

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The Ranch at Clear Springs (1)The Basics

Deep in the heart of Texas is The Ranch at Clear Springs, a former hunting and fishing lodge turned drug and alcohol treatment center. On the massive sprawl of land, clients will find eight spring-fed ponds stocked with trophy bass, a golf course, tennis courts, a cafe and a recovery facility large enough beds to treat 31 residents in recovery, with plans to provide space for up to 80.

The founder of The Ranch at Clear Springs, John Lacy, is himself a recovering alcoholic with decades of experience working with others in recovery. The facility offers a holistic approach with medically supervised detox, CBT, group therapy, integrative healing therapies and 12-step programs.

Accommodations and Food

Just outside Waco, Texas, The Ranch at Clear Springs is like all things Texan—big. Spread across the 200 acres are the administration building, counseling center, cafe, lodge and sleeping quarters, which are under construction to accommodate more guests. The expansion plans include a general store and an additional lodge.

Rooms are shared and have a comfortable bed-and-breakfast feel. Genders are separated by floor. The common areas are spacious, with a dramatic stone fireplace, lofted-beamed ceilings and warm interior colors that reflect the natural setting outside. Furnishings are tasteful and traditional, with leather over-stuffed sofas and antique wooden chairs and tables.

The Creekside Cafe, where residents eat their meals, is a short walk away from the residence halls and is surrounded by beautiful ponds and views of the rolling green meadows and old-growth trees. The menu is typical American fare, with client favorites including barbecue, and all dietary restrictions are accommodated.

Treatment and Staff

The Ranch at Clear Springs offers traditional recovery methods including individual and group therapy, community activities, spiritual counseling, nutrition, skill building and 12-step meetings. Recreation therapy includes golf, tennis, fishing (catch-and-release), volleyball, a ropes course and equine therapy. The bucolic, natural surroundings promote peace of mind and serenity. A comprehensive discharge plan is established with each client to support aftercare, and alumni assist with transition and maintenance after rehabilitation is completed.

Clients are asked to leave all cell phones, computers, books, and items of value at home. Phone calls are permitted on The Ranch at Clear Springs’ land line during scheduled times and family may visit between 1 pm and 4 pm on Sundays.

Care at The Ranch at Clear Springs is provided by a staff made up of counselors, registered nurses, LCDCs, and medical doctors. They are a fairly diverse group, with a good balance of male and female specialists.

Extras

With so many lakes to choose from, seasonal water activities are a bonus, on top of the nine-hole golf course, tennis courts and stables with horses.

In Summary

For the leisure sport enthusiast, The Ranch at Clear Springs will feel like a retreat. It is probably a great place to recover for locals, or maybe city slickers seeking a dude-ranch recovery experience.

The Ranch at Clear Springs
3662 Patton Lake Rd
Aquilla, TX 76622

The Ranch at Clear Springs Cost: $23,000 (30 days). Reach The Ranch at Clear Springs  by phone at (877) 843-7262 or by email at [email protected]. Find The Ranch at Clear Springs at Facebook

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  1. We loved this facility. Loved the family counseling. Both our daughter had drug issues and both were checked into The Ranch. Different times and different years. It worked for one but not the other. We would highly recommend this facility and are shocked at the negative comments.

  2. Funny thing about the above review, is that it was written by the previous CEO whose name is Scott, who was also a consultant prior to that. He is spewing all this because he is no longer there. He came in and tried to “fix” and “raise up” the Ranch, only to destroy what had been built up and left it in disarray. Scott knows nothing about the Ranch or what the founder John Lacy wanted. I can tell you what John Lacy wanted, I used to work for and knew him personally, he wanted a place where addicts and alcoholics could go and get treatment and move forward in their life. He wanted to empower those with addiction and show them that there is a better and softer way. John was not trying to build a high-end treatment center that charges $50-75K, John knew that most addicts did not have access to that kind of money. Hence, the Ranch was born.
    John Lacy brought several people with him including another founder, Dan Newby and Dr. Parvin, both of whom he had worked with prior for several years while at CRC and Starlite. Dr. Parvin is a licensed addictionologist wit over 25 years in addiction medicine. He has remained current on all medications and protocols necessary to safely detox patients from all drugs and alcohol. Not only that, but Dr. Parvin also has special permission from the DEA to prescribe Suboxone (buprenorphine). Only physicians with special licensing, provided through the DEA are allowed to prescribe Suboxone. Scott says that Dr. Parvin was overcharging and overpaid, however, Dr. Parvin took a pay cut to come to The Ranch, with John, and his contract was renewed by the Board of Directors every time it was due. Dr. Parvin took less money to help benefite The Ranch and John’s legacy. On a side note, John was Dr. Parvin’s boss at Starlite!!! As for Dr. Parvin’s wife, she volunteered her time at The Ranch. As an experienced LCDC, she helped out the clinical team whenever they needed it: whether someone was sick, there was a new vacancy due to a counselor leaving, she assisted with medical records to ensure compliance with both the State of Texas and with CARF. Again, Scott is spewing hate about people, and things he knows nothing about. As for their son, he was approached by The Ranch to help with their Utilization Review process because at the current time, it was being outsourced to company out of state and was a messy process. The son, who is a BSN prepared RN, with previous experience in UR and had worked with John Lacy, left his job at the local hospital as surgical RN and, reluctantly, came on to help. He brought the entire UR process in-house and stream-lined it. He was a department of one, working, sometimes 7 days per week, with little help from the then management, of which Scott was a consultant. He fired Dr. Parvin’s son because he was Dr. Parvin’s son.
    As for the DON, the “old one” as Scott puts it, was an RN and she did her job to the “T!” She supervised the nurses, audited charts to maintain standards in charting. She also assisted patients, when needed. The “young one”, again Scott’s term”, was an LVN and she was placed their after Scott fired the “old one” and legally she could not supervise the other RN’s that worked at The Ranch. Scott also talks about the DEA, if they had ascended…. Well, the DEA and the Texas Department of Public Safety and The Department of State Health Services and CARF and the Join Commission, all came to the Ranch while Dr. Parvin, and the “old DON” were there and found nothing wrong with what the doctor was doing and nothing wrong or illegal with regards to the ALL the services being offered at The Ranch (Detox–all substances, Residential, Partial and Intensive Outpatient).
    The first thing that Scott did as CEO, besides fire Dr. Parvin, was talk trash about Linda Worline and Dr. Parvin (very professional). He said that they were incompetent, they sucked and the The Ranch was still there in spite of them, when in actuality, Linda was one instrumental in The Ranch recovering from where it had been, which was on the brink of failure. Next, Scott decided that it was illegal for the Ranch to be detoxing patients, despite the fact that The Ranch was licensed to do so, and most treatment centers detox their own patients, at least in Texas.
    Scott mentions that Linda gossiped with the staff, but the funny thing is, she was never there to talk to the staff. She took a hands off approach and allowed her leadership team, for which Scott was a consultant, take the lead. Scott only became CEO because Linda was tired of the then Executive Director not listening to her and going behind her back to the Chief Medical Officer (who was buddies with Scott). Linda resigned and then Scott became CEO.
    As for Jason Staggs, he never once embezzled a dime from The Ranch and as for his a fake wife, I can attest she isn’t fake, she is a great lady and has more conviction and ethics in her little finger, than Scott does. As for the regulations about being out of treatment and working at a treatment center, its 2 years sober when having direct patient contact. An operations manager and a CFO don’t have direct patient contact, that would be the counselors and the recovery advocates.
    As for Brenda, yes she wore many hats at The Ranch, but she never covered up for anyone. in fact, it would seem that Scott fired her for doing her job, investigating, assisting and reporting a possible sexual harassment complaint from one employee against the current CEO, Scott.
    Then, in his review, Scott brings in politics, for no reason. Saying that Linda has Sociopathic Personality Disorder, which is laughable. The interesting point here, is, for someone who claims to know, or at least infer that they know what they are talking about, he diagnosed not one but two people with a diagnosis that does not exist (DSM-V). This should tell you all you need to know about the person who wrote that review. They are petty, petulant and childlike. They want nothing more blame and criticize without coming off as biased and disgruntled (remember Scott is no longer there).
    Now, lets talk about what Scott did, while CEO or The Ranch. He fired over 25 employees (many are contemplating filing unlawful termination claims), he took the census from the 30’s to the low teens and even lower, caused The Ranch to lose money (rumor has it that money was borrowed to pay the bills), rumors of sexual harassment by him (he is married), closed the women’s only dorm/program just after it opened and made it co-ed, and let the ranch in disarray. He refused to talk to the board or show them current financials (Jason gave the board monthly financial statement and, yet, he claims Jason was embezzling? what was Scott hiding??)
    So basically, Scott is a disgruntled ex-employee trying to smear the facility and several people who put their heart and soul into this The Ranch. By doing so, he smears the name and legacy of John Lacy. There are those who are still employed at The Ranch that know the truth, in fact, John Lacy’s own son is one of them. You can read my review of Scott, and read Scott’s review and chose which to believe, or you can read the other reviews. The Ranch was a great place before Scott, while Scott was there, and after Scott left.
    I know all those that I defended and I have worked for Scott and I have worked for Linda.
    Take this for what you will.

  3. Funny thing about the above review, is that it was written by the previous CEO whose name is Scott, who was also a consultant prior to that. He is spewing all this because he is no longer there. He came in and tried to “fix” and “raise up” the Ranch, only to destroy what had been built up and left it in disarray. Scott knows nothing about the Ranch or what the founder John Lacy wanted. I can tell you what John Lacy wanted, I used to work for and knew him personally, he wanted a place where addicts and alcoholics could go and get treatment and move forward in their life. He wanted to empower those with addiction and show them that there is a better and softer way. John was not trying to build a high-end treatment center that charges $50-75K, John knew that most addicts did not have access to that kind of money. Hence, the Ranch was born.
    John Lacy brought several people with him including another founder, Dan Newby and Dr. Parvin, both of whom he had worked with prior for several years while at CRC and Starlite. Dr. Parvin is a licensed addictionologist wit over 25 years in addiction medicine. He has remained current on all medications and protocols necessary to safely detox patients from all drugs and alcohol. Not only that, but Dr. Parvin also has special permission from the DEA to prescribe Suboxone (buprenorphine). Only physicians with special licensing, provided through the DEA are allowed to prescribe Suboxone. Scott says that Dr. Parvin was overcharging and overpaid, however, Dr. Parvin took a pay cut to come to The Ranch, with John, and his contract was renewed by the Board of Directors every time it was due. Dr. Parvin took less money to help benefite The Ranch and John’s legacy. On a side note, John was Dr. Parvin’s boss at Starlite!!! As for Dr. Parvin’s wife, she volunteered her time at The Ranch. As an experienced LCDC, she helped out the clinical team whenever they needed it: whether someone was sick, there was a new vacancy due to a counselor leaving, she assisted with medical records to ensure compliance with both the State of Texas and with CARF. Again, Scott is spewing hate about people, and things he knows nothing about. As for their son, he was approached by The Ranch to help with their Utilization Review process because at the current time, it was being outsourced to company out of state and was a messy process. The son, who is a BSN prepared RN, with previous experience in UR and had worked with John Lacy, left his job at the local hospital as surgical RN and, reluctantly, came on to help. He brought the entire UR process in-house and stream-lined it. He was a department of one, working, sometimes 7 days per week, with little help from the then management, of which Scott was a consultant. He fired Dr. Parvin’s son because he was Dr. Parvin’s son.
    As for the DON, the “old one” as Scott puts it, was an RN and she did her job to the “T!” She supervised the nurses, audited charts to maintain standards in charting. She also assisted patients, when needed. The “young one”, again Scott’s term”, was an LVN and she was placed their after Scott fired the “old one” and legally she could not supervise the other RN’s that worked at The Ranch. Scott also talks about the DEA, if they had ascended…. Well, the DEA and the Texas Department of Public Safety and The Department of State Health Services and CARF and the Join Commission, all came to the Ranch while Dr. Parvin, and the “old DON” were there and found nothing wrong with what the doctor was doing and nothing wrong or illegal with regards to the ALL the services being offered at The Ranch (Detox–all substances, Residential, Partial and Intensive Outpatient).
    The first thing that Scott did as CEO, besides fire Dr. Parvin, was talk trash about Linda Worline and Dr. Parvin (very professional). He said that they were incompetent, they sucked and the The Ranch was still there in spite of them, when in actuality, Linda was one instrumental in The Ranch recovering from where it had been, which was on the brink of failure. Next, Scott decided that it was illegal for the Ranch to be detoxing patients, despite the fact that The Ranch was licensed to do so, and most treatment centers detox their own patients, at least in Texas.
    Scott mentions that Linda gossiped with the staff, but the funny thing is, she was never there to talk to the staff. She took a hands off approach and allowed her leadership team, for which Scott was a consultant, take the lead. Scott only became CEO because Linda was tired of the then Executive Director not listening to her and going behind her back to the Chief Medical Officer (who was buddies with Scott). Linda resigned and then Scott became CEO.
    As for Jason Staggs, he never once embezzled a dime from The Ranch and as for his a fake wife, I can attest she isn’t fake, she is a great lady and has more conviction and ethics in her little finger, than Scott does. As for the regulations about being out of treatment and working at a treatment center, its 2 years sober when having direct patient contact. An operations manager and a CFO don’t have direct patient contact, that would be the counselors and the recovery advocates.
    As for Brenda, yes she wore many hats at The Ranch, but she never covered up for anyone. in fact, it would seem that Scott fired her for doing her job, investigating, assisting and reporting a possible sexual harassment complaint from one employee against the current CEO, Scott.
    Then, in his review, Scott brings in politics, for no reason. Saying that Linda has Sociopathic Personality Disorder, which is laughable. The interesting point here, is, for someone who claims to know, or at least infer that they know what they are talking about, he diagnosed not one but two people with a diagnosis that does not exist (DSM-V). This should tell you all you need to know about the person who wrote that review. They are petty, petulant and childlike. They want nothing more blame and criticize without coming off as biased and disgruntled (remember Scott is no longer there).
    Now, lets talk about what Scott did, while CEO or The Ranch. He fired over 25 employees (many are contemplating filing unlawful termination claims), he took the census from the 30’s to the low teens and even lower, caused The Ranch to lose money (rumor has it that money was borrowed to pay the bills), rumors of sexual harassment by him (he is married), closed the women’s only dorm/program just after it opened and made it co-ed, and let the ranch in disarray. He refused to talk to the board or show them current financials (Jason gave the board monthly financial statement and, yet, he claims Jason was embezzling? what was Scott hiding??)
    So basically, Scott is a disgruntled ex-employee trying to smear the facility and several people who put their heart and soul into this The Ranch. By doing so, he smears the name and legacy of John Lacy. There are those who are still employed at The Ranch that know the truth, in fact, John Lacy’s own son is one of them. You can read my review of Scott, and read Scott’s review and chose which to believe, or you can read the other reviews. The Ranch was a great place before Scott, while Scott was there, and after Scott left.
    I know all those that I defended and I have worked for Scott and I have worked for Linda.
    Take this for what you will.

  4. A facility in flux that should not be accepting new residents. The counselors and nurses (Bonnie, et al) are fantastic. The RAs are millennials who are dissatisfied by their jobs, pay (own addiction and poor-life-choice decisions) and workplace uncertainty and take it out on the residents, some of whom are there of their own volition. Not a spa-like setting, as many of the residents are treated to a boot-camp, prison-like setting and are not allowed to leave the facility to roam the grounds or exercise. False advertising. The women’-only facility was changed to co-ed, several key staffers (the nice ones) were fired or quit, and I know of at least one former RA who is in a relationship with a recent client. Really gross and shady. As I said, there were two wonderful counselors (Michelle Ramirez and Casey) and a few fantastic RAs (Becca and Lisa), the rest are in a “Lord of the Flies” mode and take out their frustration on the paying customers. I felt badly for the kitchen staff. I could see the pain and uncertainty in their faces as they watched a regime change and feared for their jobs. As the new management took control, the paradigm quickly shifted and suddenly, the patients who were paying $24,000 for 30-days, several with advanced degrees, were forced to clean the facility themselves as the cleaning crew were let go. A little humility is good for recovery, but indentured servitude does not facilitate educational, spiritual and physical wellness. I will mostly regret the mistake I made by going to this facility.

    • Hopefully now that the all the sociopaths and patsies are gone or almost gone, this company may have a chance to do great treatment as intended by the Founder John Lacy. When selfish agenda’s get in the way of the mission of providing quality and honest treatment the patients stay sick, and people work in fear and disgust. People like the losers leaving had poor inner sense of right and wrong, and no regard for others feelings outside of their own agenda (s). Thieves, liars, and now caught.

  5. Unprofessional, and Unethical!
    What I noticed is that this company is more about staff cutting each others throats and moving money towards their bank accounts rather than the mission of John Lacy. The many faces complicit in illegal, and unethical behind the scenes actions are appalling!!! this facility should have been shut down long ago. All the staff should be FIRED and the Vision/Mission of JL should be restarted.
    There is an ex-client who was fresh out of treatment for less than 30 days hired as plant operations jason staggs now in the CFO position, UH!!! Firstly this is illegal per the state to hire a client less than 2 years out of treatment however the upper management placed staff in precarious positions to pretend not to notice this travesty of corruption in order to keep their jobs. If one bold soul breached the silent code of corruption they were threatened with job loss. How ethical is that ? Oh well it looks like the current administration of our country. 2. the word on the street is that this plant operations construction guy, AKA CFO is embezzling funds to empower his own agenda with his fake wife who is also complicit.
    There is a stupid representative in the HR position named brenda who spews her Aetna insurance expertise of 20 + years as a badge of honor with no clear administrative description or results of integrity. She is a lying, backstabbing bag of narcissism with the ability of an Amoeba to align herself with the next opportunity all the while lulling one to believe she is innocent and supportive of the mission, of truth, fairness and facts. You would think this would be the goal of an HR Director to remain objective to ensure the company is in compliance with regulatory standards, and guides the overall smoothness of the company. This position is in direct line with providing truth to the state of Texas and the IRS. NOT HER. For starters if brenda was about the law, ethics, integrity, and smoothness of operations she would have never allowed jason staggs to be hired as a ghost employee riding the calendar and praying that 2 years would pass quickly so employees could stop lying by omission all the while lying to the state of Texas, CARF, and clients so he could he could keep his illegal employment at The Ranch.
    The parvins are a trio of fake news raping the mission at every turn keeping the money in the family as a rouse of well- being for the clients they are entrusted to serve. the Pollyanna wife, (fake volunteer), the UR/ admissions son all guised as good people. Amazing that the techs and more qualified personnel couldn’t get a substantial raise or to be considered to get a raise because the volunteer was being paid!! (over) paid at that; The superficial doc doesn’t keep up with the current medical trends of detox medications and current drugs trending . He is over paid and overcharges for his services, guess what upper management all in the loop of this business practice.
    The director of nurses young and old both not suited for the position they hold or held. Edith covering up for an ineffective doc, the young just ineffective and also covering up; if only the DEA would descend on that place with a fine tooth comb, magnet, and any other tools needed to expose the corruption of this facility. linda worline is a joke of a ceo, she is uneducated in the position as ceo, unethical, and gossips to split her staff to empower her sociopathic personality disorder. (sounds like trump). Mehendale is an exact duplicate of linda worline.
    Disgusting to see the staff succumb to patsies in order to maintain job security directed by the current administration.
    Hopefully this facility can get back to a place where people want to come to and get great care. When people are together for the same cause then a community of support is in place and sobriety and recovery begins Although any practice needs money to grow and provide the foundation of service as advertised to do, however integrity and ethics must be part of the foundation development and remain the focus.
    This company can regain it’s mission statement with new leadership, with a needed change it can get back on track of saving lives as the goal of the Founder and Co-founder of The Ranch at Clear Springs intended it to be.

    • This review/comment was obviously written by a disgruntled employee. My bet, based on the perceived insight into the daily workings and management details, would be the previous CEO; Scott. Scott is the one that ran The Ranch down (minimal census), fired or ran off great and loyal employees, and hid his actions from the board. This is the same person that has multiple law suits pending different reasons for his treatment of staff and the facility. As soon as he heard about these, he tucked tail and ran back to Missouri, saying he would never come back to Texas. There is an investigation into his actions while at The Ranch. He is charlatan, he is a fraud.
      The tone of his so called review is nothing more than that of someone who got fired and run off. Keep in mind, he wrote this is in September, but was became CEO in June and was a consultant to The Ranch prior to that.

  6. Unprofessional & unethical. These are the first couple of words that come to mind when I think about the Ranch at Clear Springs in Aquilla, TX.

    My insurance company referred several treatment facilities for my son for drug treatment including the Ranch at Clear Springs. I called & spoke to one of their admission reps, Crystal about their program including the history of my son’s drug addiction & the fact that he has been a Type 1 Diabetic for 8 years. Crystal assured me that the Ranch & their staff could help him with his addiction & that he would be in good hands.

    On Friday, May 27th, my son was admitted at The Ranch & we were told that he could call home once per week until he earned 2 calls when he completed his work for the second week & so on each week. While he was in detox, I called daily to check in with the nurses regarding his blood sugars, nausea, etc. since I was unable to speak to my son.

    On Saturday, June 4th at 7:00 am, 8 days into treatment, the night nurse called to inform me that my son was running moderate ketones & she checked him twice. She told me that he was being transported by ambulance to Providence Hospital in Waco, 30 miles away. I left my house for the hospital to be with my son.

    When I arrived at the hospital, I was told by the attending nurse that my son was given a complete exam & thorough tests & blood work by the ER medical staff at the hospital & they determined he was not running any ketones, nor was he dehydrated. He was released about an hour after arriving. Not ONE person from the staff at The Ranch called me to let me know I didn’t need to come to the hospital since my son was already back at their facility. My drive was 2 hours one way. When I was about 30 minutes from home, Edith Kauffman, the Director of Nursing called me to inform me that my son was back at their facility & what the hospital found, etc. after I had already found out this information on my own.

    That same evening, Michelle Ramirez, a primary counselor at The Ranch called me & said since my son was having a rough day & unsure about his commitment to stay, that it would be best if I didn’t come to visit him the following day, Sunday for family visitation. I also asked Edith Kauffman, the Director of Nursing if she had told my son that I would not be coming at their discretion & she said yes they had told him. This is NOT what I thought was best, but because they are professionals, I listened to their advice. BAD IDEA!

    The next day, Sunday, June 5th, my son waited for me all day for the family visitation & he was not allowed to use the phone to check to see why I hadn’t shown up & no one told him that I wasn’t coming. The staff told me NOT to come & NEVER told my son I wasn’t coming that day & why.

    I called the night nurse that evening & was given a great progress report on my son. I was told that he was eating well, participating in groups & working with his sponsor on his steps. This was a welcomed sigh of relief & hope for us.

    On Tuesday, June 7th at 10:00 am, 12 days into treatment & not even 2 days after my son’s great progress report, I was called by both Edith Kauffman, the Director of Nursing, & Leslie Hunt, a primary counselor on a conference call to inform me that they were going to discharge my son from their program due to his inability to adhere to dietary restrictions. I asked for further clarification since I was just given a positive report the day before from the nurses that my son was doing wonderful with his diabetes control & attending groups, classes, etc. Edith, the director of nursing told me that my son was eating white rice & white bread instead of brown rice & wheat bread. SERIOUSLY! I asked them to conference my son in with us so I could hear what he had to say & the counselor, Leslie said it wasn’t a good idea. I’m so extremely disappointed & shocked with the staff & program at The Ranch at Clear Springs. I’m praying that anyone who is searching for help with their addiction will NOT EVER contact this useless, uneducated, unrealistic, & unsupportive facility. They only want your money & then will do everything in their power to decide why YOU don’t want to get sober!! BEYOND SAD!

    I asked them what they were going to do with my son. They said they would offer him transportation to another program that COULD HELP him or I could come get him. I said I need to speak to my son ASAP! My son was finally allowed to call me & said that he had asked them to stay because he wanted the help & to complete their program & was even working with his sponsor to get to step 3 in his work. The staff refused to keep him in their program, so I picked him up & transported him to a better treatment facility that was welcoming, supportive, DEDICATED & educated in addictions with people who have chronic illnesses, including Type 1 Diabetes.

    I’m happy to report that after a horrifying experience & wasted trip to The Ranch at Clear Springs, my son is doing amazing! He is clean, clear, healthy, happy & working very hard on his commitment to staying sober thanks to an actual caring & supportive staff & program that we should have chosen in the first place.

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      Praying that your son continues to be getting the help he needs. Everything you said about this company is correct. From the nurses, RA’s, DO, (AKA) disguised as a doctor, administrative staff is one big scam!!

  7. Will not recommend this place. The patience bring in drugs and share them with others. The counselors divulge confidential information to others, staff, etc. There is no level of trust. They are all about money. This is a very open place and anyone can bring in anything as they do not check.

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