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Sovereign Health is a recovery company headquartered in San Clemente, California, though it also has locations in Culver City, Palm Springs and El Cajon. Outside of California, the company also has facilities in Chandler, Arizona; Fort Myers, Florida and in Delta, Utah (the latter is an all-boys boarding school called White River Academy).

Among Sovereign’s many locations it offers three treatment tracks for prospective clients, namely a dual diagnosis program, a mental health program and an eating disorders program; each is offered in inpatient, Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and outpatient varieties. Details about the Culver City and San Clemente locations, which give an idea of its myriad offerings, are below.

Accommodations and Food

Housing is gender and program-segregated, with nearby residences available in each location for each program track. Treatment takes place in a central facility, though San Clemente’s is homier than the Culver City location. There are shuttles available to take clients to and from respective treatment buildings. Culver City has houses for dual diagnosis and mental health, though the latter is in Hollywood and means a longer shuttle ride to do daily sessions.

Accommodations in these houses are mostly basic, with two bedrooms, bathrooms and living room areas in each house. Bedroom arrangements may not be ideal for those seeking privacy: the set-up for each consists of three twin beds and not much else, meaning residents all have two roommates when houses are full. The bathrooms are adequate though not necessarily large, but an upside is that each house boasts a spacious, full kitchen. All houses also boast sizable backyards where smoking is allowed, each with a volleyball net and a grill. Between their in- and outpatient programs, Sovereign’s Culver City location treats between 35 to 40 clients at a time.

As far as food service goes, lunch is the only meal Sovereign makes fresh for residents, and options are generally basic such as spaghetti and a side salad (though they are willing to accommodate special diets). Other than that, Sovereign has house managers who keep the residences stocked with groceries for other meals, which clients prepare for themselves.

Treatment and Staff

Inpatient clients for all programs stay for a minimum of 30 days and up to 90. Their dual diagnosis program addresses addictions from marijuana to methamphetamines, and focuses primarily on AA/NA-based plans with group meetings as well as CBT. The mental health program treats a variety of illnesses (including more severe maladies like schizophrenia), and offers individualized plans dependent on each resident’s needs.

Intervention and detox services are available for their dual diagnosis program. Both the dual diagnosis and mental health tracks also have a “brain wellness” program, which is a holistic approach in 12 sessions with five components: nutrition, sleep and relaxation, physical activity, socializing and mental activity. These are addressed in private and group consultations featuring neurofeedback and brain mapping to track clients’ progress.

Days at Sovereign Health are strictly regimented, with daily wake-up Monday through Friday between 6:30 and 7:30 am. Between 7 and 8 am, time is set aside to go to the gym or take a walk before breakfast at 8:30 am. After that, clients do basic morning chores at the house and get ready to be shuttled to the clinic for the day’s treatment between 10 am to 4 pm. Depending on the program and the day, this means individual and group meetings and one-on-one time with doctors and therapists. Lunch comes in the middle of that, at 12:45 pm.

After dinner at 5:30 pm comes chores, and time for 12-step groups in the evening which clients must attend at least three times a week. There is also one special house gratitude meeting a week. After all of this is free time, where residents can read or watch TV, and lights out at 11:00 pm.

Weekends also have an early 7:30 am wake-up, followed by family group sessions. There’s time set aside for physical activities between 11 am to 1 pm, though options depend on location—San Clemente clients will be able to take advantage of nearby beaches, for example. After that comes several hours of free time and a group outing from 4 to 6 pm, which generally means seeing a movie or going to a museum. Weekend 12-step meetings are encouraged after outings though these are optional, and lights out is still at 11 pm.

Sovereign Health’s houses have 24/7 oversight from house managers, and both locations are well staffed with a variety of professionals including case managers, nurses and counselors. Still, though they have psychiatrists and doctors on staff (one of each per location), they only come in several times a week to work one-on-one with residents (except in emergency cases).

Extras

Aside from the nuts and bolts, Sovereign Health offers holistic and alternative treatment options including yoga and art therapy, and equine therapy at the San Clemente location.

In Summary

Though Sovereign Health is a big name in the recovery industry, as always potential clients should research every rehab they consider because a number have complaints filed against them; Sovereign Health is no different. Still, all issues need to be considered alongside those leveled at other rehabs as well as the treatment offered at each facility. Aside from the gripes, treatment and accommodations here are solid.

Sovereign Health
1211 Puerta Del Sol
San Clemente, CA 92673

6167 Bristol Pkwy
Culver City, CA 90230

111 S. Hearthstone Way
Chandler, AZ 85226

3331 E Riverside Dr
Fort Myers, FL 33916

275 West 100 South
Delta, UT 84624

Sovereign Health Cost: $15,000-$35,000. Reach Sovereign Health by phone at (949) 369-1300 (San Clemente) or (424) 207-2220 (Culver City). Find Sovereign Health on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

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  1. Hello Desiree thank you for responding . I would like to speak with you about my post on March 18 2018. May I contact you directly by phone or email? I would like to keep further contact private as possible

  2. My child was admitted to a sovereign facility in southern califorina . we got the standard safe call telling us where there at and everything is fine the conversation was upbeat and positve. on the morning of the sixth day we got a emergency phone call from a counselor at sovereign tell us that our child was rushed to the emergency room of the local hospital. initially we were told by sovereign it was suicide knowing our childs personality and beliefs we thought we are being lied too ( point your finger at the dead they cant talk, right? our child never made it out of the detox part of sovereigns rehab program. I belive there are alot of good rehab programs/facilities and there are some that explolit the trust health and wellbeing of those who enter their program and sovereign health is one of these latter mention for they betrayed the trust and failed in keeping our child healthy and in a secure enviroment. I hope this helps someone when choosing a rehab program that not all are equal and effective

    • First off, I am deeply sorry for the loss of your child. I used to work at the facility and I am contacting as many people as I can that have had horrific experiences at this rehab. Please contact me if you are interested in speaking with me.

      • Hello Desiree thank you for responding . I would like to speak with you about my post on March 18 2018. May I contact you directly by phone or email? I would like to keep further contact private as possible

  3. The FBI conducted raids June 13th on Sovereign Health behavioral health treatment centers in California and the San Clemente home of its CEO Dr. Tonmoy Sharma, whose U.K. medical license was revoked for serious professional misconduct.

    I have met three families whose teenage and one young Millenial died whle in the custody and care of Sovereign Health Group under mysterious circumstances and Sovereign does nothing to help law enforcement solve any of these crimes so they’re complicit criminals. They are indeed an Indian Crime Syndicate under the U.S. RICO Racketeering Crime Statute. 18 U.S. Code Chapter 96 – RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS et seq.

  4. Hayley Smith on

    I learned about Sovereign Health through the internet. I was searching for other places to go other than a mental hospital and I came across Sovereign.

    I was raped and I had a bunch of suicide attempts and I am also bipolar so I really needed help.

    Honestly this was my last attempt at a program other than than I was going to commit suicide just because I needed something that was stable and so that is what attracted me to this program because it seemed very promising.

    Sovereign Health is very hands on. The best place that I could have picked out of all the other websites that I went on to. It helped me out a great deal.

    My first impression I was really, really scared. But then I got settled in very easily everybody here is very warm and welcoming and compassionate.

    I really had no expectations with the program. I was kind of hit or miss for me but they went and exceeded any expectations that I could have had.

    The residence I stayed in was spectacular. It is a really big house and the girls there it was like a big giant family I never felt so comforted in my life.

    They are all very compassionate and they all really want to help.

    My individual sessions were spectacular. I had a really great therapist so I really enjoy them and same with the group sessions you learn a lot and it is really hands on and it helps you a lot.

    One of my favorite groups was DBT dialectical behavioral therapy. A typical day we wake up at 6:30 and start getting ready .We do our chores and then we leave by 9:45 am and get here at the center and group start at 10:30 and they end at 4:20 and it is just a lot of extensive treatment.

    Everybody here is amazing and the facility is ran really well. I will take everything away from my experience here is giving me another shot at life.It is giving me another reason to live and so I appreciate and respect this facility more than anybody can imagine.

    I would say that this is the best place that you could possibly go to , I would say that you would be an idiot not to have pick here.

  5. Brint Edwards on

    My friend found out about it so apparently knew about Sovereign and they took me here. They called Sovereign and Sovereign came and picked me up.
    What brought me into treatment was I was suffering from severe depression and anxiety and I have been suffering for about two and a half years and it was so severe that I wasn’t working. I was just at home barely functioning. I said I had a girlfriend and we would go out and do things but it was the kind of thing where she knew of my condition and she was very kind and understanding to go along with me and when I have had a bout of depression she was kind enough to overlook it or be compassionate with me as far as my condition.
    I was impressed with the thoroughness of everyone. The thoroughness of the intake and the thoroughness of Dr Cervantes she spent over an hour with me getting information and that is the most time anyone spent with me getting information about my condition, about how I felt, what I was thinking, what I was feeling.
    My expectation was to gain tools and be able to manage my depression and be able to function on a daily basis and be able to manage my depression actually be able to conquer so that I didn’t have these feelings that I have had in the past and yes they met the expectation they have made some changes in my meds which have helped a lot.
    It was interesting there was a lot of diversity in the personalities and I am pretty calm guy pretty laid back and it was comfortable and easygoing.
    My therapist was excellent it was Mariam and she was thorough and her assessment and taking time to talk to me and very knowledgeable she again cut right to the chase and got into what I needed to do to deal with my depression and part of the depression was my girlfriends chose week that I came here to tell me that she wanted just to be friends you know that’s the classic kiss off why don’t we just be friends and that was a bit of a blow to me and so Miriam was very good at giving me tools to address that and to deal with it.
    The favorite with Charles and his step program where we assessed our relationship with one or more people and wrote a letter to them either a letter from us to them or a letter to them from another person but it was essentially to express our feelings or how we would think it was either a letter to them from us or from them or us to them and how we would feel that they would express their feelings to us and how we would express our feelings to them and it got emotional and it was great to see these guys cry and that means we gave them a hug and we all would come up and give the guy a hug and it was pretty awesome to see guy breakdown and break the barrier down and hug and be compassionate and show a little emotion.
    I would take away the tools that have been given to me to deal with the anxiety that the breathing exercises the meditation and the ability to calm myself down so that I don’t get so antsy and the anxiety follows the depression and it just goes into a circle I get anxious and then I feel like I am going to explode so I try to deal with that and I try to deal with that puts me into a depression so the tools to deal with things are probably the best thing that I could got out of this.
    I would tell them about the ability to come and be in a controlled environment that would help them understand and learn about themselves or about their disease and be able to deal with it in an environment where it was understanding and nonjudgmental.

  6. Jollene Miller on

    My wonderful sister heard it from a mutual friend of hers.
    I lost my baby a year ago and during that experience addiction took over my life.
    Arizona is beautiful. The community of women here I can share experiences and understanding.
    Anyways they have yoga, equine therapy, outings, personal one-on-one care, therapist and experiences with trauma.
    A little nervous a little nervousness here but everyone welcome me with open arms and I noticed the privacy that I have really needed.
    Far beyond my expectations.
    It is a beautiful six bedroom house. When I first got there it was just the leaves were blowing and this little cul-de-sac just gorgeous.
    The therapist I see them twice a week and they can meet the care I need.
    Definitely art therapy. Art therapy is my favorite. I am able to get my cognitive skills out and share them with the world.
    Eating dinner at the dinner table with my friends, talking about our children and our family and friends.
    Everything.
    I mean leaving this program knowing it saved my life.
    If I can do it anybody could and it saved my life and it could save yours. Thank you Sovereign for giving my life back.

  7. Kathleen Tucker on

    I learnt about Sovereign when I was in a psych ward in West Covina.
    I love Sovereign because it had the dual diagnosis center as well in the house so I could be properly analyzed to see what program I would be best fit for. I love that I was close to the beach really peaceful and calm and it has a lot of the good activities that I like yoga and of course relationship groups and the art therapy the meditation groups.

    My first impression was I was really nervous because there was a lot of people but then I saw my housemates and I realized I was a lot like them and I was really excited that I could relate to people and that I had of the same. I remember sitting with my roommate actually on our little balcony or patio area and we sat and talked about why we are both were here and it was almost the exact same story and it was really nice and comforting to be around people that have the same experiences as you do.

    The residence that I am staying in is I think the best. I am at Cordoba it is a state licensed house and it is the best house. We have this remarkable people, breathtaking, serene, peaceful every word in the dictionary for beautiful view of the ocean on all sides

    At first I was very reluctant to have a male therapist because of my abuse history that I am so utterly grateful for Sovereign paring me up and not forcing me to stay with my male therapist but kind of pushing me to work through my issues and stay with him. He has turned out to be the best therapist I had ever had in entire life and I have been in therapy since I was five and he has brought so much out of me that no other therapist has been able to.

    Group therapy is really awesome. I love starting out and you start off like RCT groups and it is more like in depth and really intense groups.

    A typical day is you wake up typically around 6 am or I typically wake up at 6 am and usually get ready. You leave your house about 8 o clock you get to go to the beach where you would do morning meditation. Then you start groups at 9:30 and you have groups from 9:30 to 11:30 and then you have lunch which is pretty good and then you have groups then again until I would say 4:30 and then you get to go home and you get to relax and have netflix and you all sorts of cool stuffs at the house to do and books and puzzles and anything to keep you busy and you get to destress with your housemates or further process what happened in your day and build relationships and you know really connect with you housemates and other girls here.

    The thing that I like most about Sovereign is that it has literally saved my life. I have been suicidal since I was 14 to the point where everyday it has been a fight to just stay alive every day. I have attempted suicides more times than I can count and I have been in and out of psych wards pretty every six months since I was 14 in and out of programs since I was 14 and Sovereign Health has been the only program that has actually seemed to help. I haven’t been suicidal and I would say about the last two months I had not had once suicidal thought but the regimen with the medicine with the therapy with the neurofeedback they are doing the TMS machine that they have me on I have been doing great and it has been wonderful. It is life saving.

  8. I learned about Sovereign actually through my mother, the patient. She had mentioned that she was with psychiatrist and the psychiatrist would not treat her until she was removed from a number of medications that she was on so we sort his help and he recommended Sovereign and we did a bit of research and found it to be a sound institution.

    My expectations were to reduce the number of prescription pills that my mom was taking .I wanted to see her come out of this program with a clear mindset for her about now and going into the future and a reduction of the prescription pills that she was taking and I actually said this to my mother the first week she was here she was going through the withdrawals and everything else I said mom my main goal for you going through this program is to get my old mom back that was key to me and to the point your second question about my expectations being fulfilled or not I absolutely have seen drastic changes in her.

    One of the things that I did notice is I almost felt sorry for some of the other patients that didn’t have family members and I realized it is probably a lot for some people because I know there is a lot of patients there from out of state a majority of them so that is one of the things that I will take away.

    Who may be seeking treatment I would say it is a very good center from my impression I have been here a few times now from my impression everyone seems to care ,there is no pre-judging of anyone or any individual and those two were some big things that I was looking for when I first came into Sovereign and started looking around facility for my mom.

  9. Christina Finch on

    When I first got in Sovereign I was really nervous. I was apprehensive because I think like a lot of people who are recently diagnosed and dealing with mental health issues it is kind of hard to admit you have a problem or that something has not been working for you. Well like a lot of with my illness or addiction I did not want change I loved my house I was very attached I mean extremely attached I had been there for 50 day and I did not want to move.
    I have met new people that it just change and it is always good to admit a new group of people who are really cool and welcoming and the apartment managers there are still the staff is still it is different but it is the same mentality they are compassionate they are there for you I mean they are not counselor or therapist but they do care about the clients and I haven’t experienced any adversity or injustice from the staff since I have been here so it made it easier for me to transition and then I realize that I got a little more freedom and I got my own room so more privacy and it has been really nice.
    Well I remember when I first got here I had never once been to a group therapist session in my live. I have had you know one-on-one therapy session but this was really my first time in a group setting and that wasn’t anything else really uncomfortable with it first because I don’t want to share my story in front of strangers especially therapist that I don’t even know you know I am pretty close off when it comes to my past which is the reason why I am here to deal with you know the issues that I have that I carried about my whole life but it was kind of uncomfortable for me at first not because of anybody else but because of myself I had to really breach that stronghold.
    My favorite groups have probably been definitely trauma group because I really didn’t understand what it was I knew that i had had experiences in my life but I didn’t consider them traumatic. And so gaining that understanding and acceptance I think I ultimately I gained acceptance that it is okay to have trauma and a lot of us here do and that no one is alone and I also really enjoy the stress management group because it can be very stressful here.
    I just want everybody here to know that I am amazed at the patience and understanding most of the staff have here. It blows my mind because when we come in clients you know we each thing that our case is the most important thing in the world because it is our life and the fact that you guys have to deal with that you know when new clients come in that frequently throughout the month or even the week sometimes and you do your best you do the best that you can and I tell all new clients when they get here immediately everybody wants to leave it doesn’t reflect on Sovereign it is a reflection of the fact that we are scared we are vulnerable we are uncomfortable it is something we mostly never been through before and I think that the staff knows how to deal with it a lot of time it is crisis and people come in here and I think everybody should give it I always say like give it a week don’t leave tonight you know it is your first night here give it a week and I say that because somebody said that to me on my first night and I have been here 67 days and I needed it. Had I left my first night I probably wouldn’t be breathing today so thank you for everything the compassion the inspiration putting me in my place when I needed to kind of be simmered down and just not giving up on me because it allowed me to not give up on myself.

  10. Eric Burton on

    My mom sent me the link and I just made a call and talked to a representative and then came down to the facility.

    A lot of cognitive behavioral therapy or dialectic behavior therapy previous treatments there really wasn’t a lot of that and that has been a big thing for me especially the cognitive behavior therapy that has helped a lot.

    I knew I needed to come to somewhere get help you know I needed to get off the drugs and definitely went above and beyond my expectations.

    Very clean, very comfortable room. Therapists were great and I connected with my therapist right away. The group therapy process I really enjoyed a lot .My favorite one is probably been the CBT groups that is where I really learned most about how we can change our thinking and push us out to triggers or the relapse prevention.

    Just give a shot I mean it saved my life you know if you are looking for somewhere to go I would definitely recommend it for others it is one of the best programs I have been through. I have been through many programs before.

  11. Ibrahim Hays on

    My aunt and my uncle found Sovereign they put me in a different program in Dallas which was not really for mental health it was for dual diagnosis and I didn’t really have any addictions and Sovereign Health had mental health department and the website was really nice and it was pretty much everything I expected and a little more. I was so happy to see that there was people with bipolar 1 be able to connect with them through our troubles in the past and really going to see a marked improvement in every one that struggled with it.
    I got really comfortable at Cordoba House made two really great friends there it was nice to go to the apartments and get a little chance to meet some newer people and made a lot of more bonds there and I liked every staff member at the house, the Cordoba House they are all really nice.
    The groups I enjoyed the most were yoga, meditation, art. Music therapy was definitely up there. I would like to sometimes throw in a curve ball and music therapy 1. I like (Shahi) she kept it fun and I don’t know she just was really open to our songs and didn’t really judge us for our songs and I like some of the other ones like learning about the brain but I have been to so many rehabs before like it is kind of repetitive to me but I definitely still listened and still got a lot out of them
    Like I said the Cordoba House was awesome I like people at the apartments. After a good start in the morning some of the people didn’t like it but I mean me as a morning person I am like an all day person . I don’t necessarily see anything wrong with anyone here really thankful for the staff I think Sovereign Health has done a good job of keeping the staff pretty much in check. I know you guys we had a meeting with the CEO and it was really nice to have that open up about our feelings and stuff.
    The intake process was nice. After 28 days it feels so much better like I was like oh my god I missed Halloween I am going to miss weekends and stuff and going out and right now I think back to the first day I am like I am so thankful I got 28 days done and so proud of myself like I don’t know it was a really good feeling and all the bonds I made and I was really frustrated at the last place because I couldn’t really connect with anyone.I just felt like it was me versus the whole treatment center like I felt really watched and told what to do and here it kind of got freedom and it felt good
    Don’t rush and feel like people are way far ahead. It is a process. For me it is six months going in and out of places and finding the right place don’t feel like you know this place is not right for me give it a chance and go to groups I mean you would be surprised to hear some people stories and they are amazing and how they are still here and you will have your own personal service and it is amazing too , but don’t harp down on yourself on your past mistakes you are here to work on the present and the best way to do is give it your best shot.

  12. Jonathan Stout on

    I originally was trying to seek treatment trying to find something that would best suit me on a daily basis not just once a week therapist so I just went online did some Google searching and Sovereign Health was one of the first results that came up so I went to the website checked out the videos and read about the rules and the different houses in the campus and all that.
    Well for one it is in sunny California so that definitely was a positive thing but I think just the fact that it was far enough from home where I could really focus on myself and really give the attention that I deserved you know attention that I needed for a long time.
    I haven’t had too much experience with other treatment programs but it is the first one that I have seen because I did a lot of looking into treatment centers and all that treatment program and it was the first one that I saw that was pretty you know like relax in a way that they give you a lot of liberties and a lot of freedom.
    Sovereign Health really went beyond my expectations. I have told many people already that I have learned so much about myself in the time that I have been here than I have in the past 20 years of my life , I feel like I have the tools needed to get out there and really experience life.
    The residence that I stayed in was very nice. It was very clean you know very nice healthy environment. The people that I lived in with were awesome they really helped me out of any trouble.
    The therapist that I had and the staff in general were very knowledgeable they really are in tune with you and even in the first couple of days that you are here they really do a get a sense of why you are here you know ,what are your needs and they are always willing to talk to you.
    I have never had experience with group sessions but I did have experience with one on one therapy so the individual therapy was what I was used to, sitting down and really kind of getting to the point getting to the issues but the group therapy was something that I was a little nervous about.
    I don’t know I think all the groups are my favorite. It is hard to choose one out of the whole lot because you know they all just offer so many different things you know they all had something to teach to you. Even if they don’t necessarily apply to you there is still always something that you can take out of it.
    It is very tiring because you are there all day in treatment and it is a lot of work you know talking about yourself and listening to your peers and really trying to grasp all the ideas that’s being thrown out but in the end it is absolutely worth it.
    I feel like their staff choices are very good. You know I have never had one group or one therapy session where I have said I really don’t like this person I don’t like what they are saying I don’t like how they treated me I never had that and I think that Sovereign really gets a sense for how you are doing and what brought you here .
    There is a lot of something to take away all the friendships I have made I will never forget the people here. I know I am going to keep in contact with them. The interaction with the staff members and I am never going to forget. And you know just everything that I have learned about myself everything here from my peers that inspired me to keep going and to get back out there and achieve my goals you know just all the lessons that I have learn here I think are going to stick with me for the rest of my life.
    My tip for newcomers is to work the program I mean you are only going to get out of it what you put into it that is something that somebody told me when I first got here and that is something that I think everybody should know is you know if you come in here and you are just going to say oh just take it easy it is like a vacation for me I am just going to sit in this groups and just listen and not do anything you are not going to get as much out of it.

  13. James Salas on

    Well I am a long shore man from Seattle. If you don’t know what that is I load and unload ships and we have a guy that takes care of us popularly known as an EAP (Employee Assistant Professional). He also was a long shore man. He has gone through therapy and counseling and stuff and I am very close to him and I asked him for some help and he set me to research three places because I am his first patient to go to dual diagnosis and I did researched on three places and I felt this is the best place at Sovereign.
    Sovereign Health has been the best treatment center/rehab and all the other places I have been to prior to this my treatment didn’t have a dual diagnosis program. When I first came here this was indescribable the pain I was going through. My mental state I hardly could see myself coming out of this relapse.
    One of my top groups I didn’t know about the research on music calming you down or agitating you until I came here but I use music to calm myself down or get motivated and I come here and there is this group called music therapy led by Chrissie.
    I I think each and every one person here works here because they care about the people and for me I was on a behavioral model point system in other words I did good and I got rewarded I did bad I got stuff taken away. I am 36 years old I have had mental illness since I was 20 ,I know my therapist and she is awesome. She is very hard on you it seems like hard on me it seems like sometimes but there is a reason for it and this really helps me immensely.
    When I come here I feel I was almost in a drug induced psychosis. I was agitated that I got to live with in order to get help with the medicine I have bipolar, I have borderline, I have anxiety and there is a fourth one that think I might have I got to get tested for it . This place can give you hope dude.

  14. My sponsor actually got me connected with this place My insurance couldn’t get through with them but he said Sovereign Health most likely will help me go through.
    It all started when I was 12 years old. I started smoking meth, sniffing lines, smoking weed, drinking alcohol.
    They actually meet all needs. They talked to me about all my problems they said when I come in ,make sure any little thing that bothers you whether it is a little mishap with the client, argument with the client, if someone steps on your feelings in what way they are heard discussed them with your therapist. So I got my therapist , he loves it you know because I come in and I check in every morning like hey this is what happened.
    I felt like I was in a college. Honestly I felt like I was going to live in this college dorm right here and it turns out I actually have my own apartment.
    I would say this program actually exceeded my expectations. It blew my mind. When I got to this program I was wow you know and I am not very wow and very easy but I was actually like everybody has a smile not one staff member walk by without introducing themselves to me. I am getting great feedback on my own recovery too so it is awesome.
    The morning meditation is everything to me. I feel like all that energy that I have in the morning while cleaning, cooking everything kind of just calms down we are in class where am I going to go today for meditation.
    What they do really well is actually helping family member reconnect and that is what is awesome. I have seen a couple of family visits where it is just it is pretty cool you know I like to see people cry because it is a sign of emotion of care of love and affection. And I actually had that with my mom and we discussed other founding members of my family that have problems and like why I can’t go back to my mom’s house like this is why I can’t be there to help her in that situation because I am helping myself. So I love the family reconnection and it is amazing it is cool.
    Calm and steadiness self confidence knowing that I deserve more because they tell me that every day and that is something I never heard as a kid growing up like you deserve better you deserve more you can do so much more with your life you are so talented and the more I sit here and I tell myself I am just a drug addict it is actually a putdown you know. Hey I am an addict and recovery you know we are getting better you know you are better in yourself you are grown spiritually mentally you know the truth of the matter is like when you start drugs your mind stays where it is at so I had that childish behavior tough guy and tough dog I am going to beat everybody up. If you don’t have insurance policy get it.

  15. Sharon Downs on

    I have a home in Cape Coral Florida. I unfortunately and unknowingly rented my home to the clinic director for Sovereign Health in Ft Myers and Pompano. While visiting last week, I found many residents in my house that believed they were in a Sovereign Sober House. I dont know where to go for help, she still wont leave, where is all the money, how could this happen, Souvenir lawyers hang up, check out Fox4 news, its on their webpage.

  16. Lauren Hobbs on

    I learned about Sovereign Health Group whilst I was on the internet searching for a holistic rehabilitation center that could address my alcoholism and my anxiety that led my drinking for many years. I was going for a rehabilitation center and typed in holistic rehabs and out came Sovereign.

    What brought me into rehabilitation center was that I knew I needed something that was going to work for me as all the other paths I have taken had not worked for me. I have been here for a couple of months and I feel stronger more clear headed I feel healthier and I am ready for the rest of my life.

    What attracted me was that it is a nice setting. The food is spectacular because I think for myself food is key to one’s recovery and so the food has been incredible.

    My expectations of the program were to once again get physically healthy so to get my mind healthy so that I could address my issues and all the skeletons in my closet and the addiction the struggle is real and I am here and I am doing well I wish I could stay forever actually.

    The residence that I stayed in there are a few different houses and my bedroom is very cozy fabulous mattress everything from the linens to the kitchen to the living room were very comfortable I didn’t feel like I was in a strange place or I was never afraid and it has just been wonderful.

    Once again I am amazed by the therapist here the staff at all levels the house managers have a lot to deal with us addicts and they have got it together.

    Here at Sovereign ,I had the pleasure of having my first one on one psychologist that was assigned to me and I felt very comfortable with her she knew a little bit about my background before coming in and the group therapies.

    A typical day is that we get up early in the morning and we have so much wonderful food at the house and have a snacks or a light breakfast for ourselves and we go to the gym. We begin our day with the group therapy at 10:30 and then we have another group therapy after that and then it is lunch time. Then we go back into the group therapy and we do art therapy, equine therapy we do yoga.

    What I like most about Sovereign is that everyone seems to be in the same page even though we are all diverse. I mean it is amazing it is really great to be with other people that are struggling with substance abuse and the therapist covered all that. I have been telling others since I have been here how comfortable it is and how knowledgeable the staff is and that it is basically if you put the time into it and you come here with an open mind and you are ready to battle your addictions and your depression anxiety you name it.

  17. Robert Briggs on

    I am from the East Coast and I was in a treatment hospital for a week and my case manager there Bob had mentioned a couple of places and this happened to be one of them and it happened to be in California so that was my obvious choice.
    Location had a big part to do with it. I went on website and looked you know advertising on the beach I knew it was going to be mountains for the first two months but that was a great experience as well I am glad I was able to see both .
    Well my therapist Chris was excellent he was right here and that’s where I did most of my venting .He really is a good person and he listens to me and he doesn’t just direct you what to do and you should be doing, he hears you like you are a person and gives you opportunity to explain yourself he is great.
    I think that it is a pretty well structured program.The house manager and I had issues ,he actually helped me out a lot towards the end he is a tough guy and he is going to give it to you straightforward but you know this is probably why I respect this program about honesty and I think that you can win over anybody as long as you hold certain qualities.
    You need to be open to program you need to sit there attentively and listen as much as you can. I understand that a lot of people come in here and they are detoxing from certain drugs and they are having some adjustment and it is a huge. it is a really hard thing to adjust to because you are changing your whole life and it does get better. You got to just hang on to your seat and just work at program you know make sure that you are here for a reason because you are addicted to drugs you have eating disorder you have some mental issues and you know they can all be addressed and even if you are not getting what you want the groups can address that to the therapist and they will cater to you as much as they can.

  18. I had a horrible experience, treatment neglect, insurance fraud etc. at the Chandler facility, is there anyone investigsting this issue? If so I’d like their contact info. Thank You

      • Hi!

        I am looking to place my daughter into one of the Sovereign facilities that focuses on mental health. While she’s also an alcoholic, she has been able to basically stay sober, but mental health is a huge issue for her. She has been diagnosed with Bipolarity. I have read both negative and positive reviews. We are about to send her to one of the facilities, but obviously won’t if the negative reviews are accurate. I left you a voicemail with my work and cell numbers.

        Thanks,
        L

    • Hi my name is Paul I also have my daughter in Arizona location she has had money stolen they don’t do anything about it they never called the police I am aware of three times money has been stolen! Also gourds complain on not getting mess on time, not enough food at times as well as being short staff! I am trying to get this place investigated, I need your help as well as others who were mistreated stolen from and told to keep quiet on how things are! Please respond if you see this message! This place needs to be investigated

    • My mother recently had a similar experience there. They lured her by falsely claiming that her insurance covered the stay, and after 4 days, they threw her out on the street. At night. She suffers from severe PTSD and their treatment was outrageously inhumane and unethical and we are currently seeking legal action. I would appreciate your contact information as well as anyone else who has had a similar experience will provide us with a stronger case. Thanks!

  19. This program is a sham. Total bait and switch. When you talk to them on the phone they promise you the moon and the stars. Once your child is there you learn quickly that this program is run like the lowest rung of the social services ladder. It was dirty, dingy, and scary. It is run like a big, cold institution, yet there were hardly any kids there the entire six weeks that my son was regrettably housed there. I saw “housed” because almost no treatment took place. My kid was warehoused. My insurance company sent me to this place. Now I know that they were looking out for their pocketbook rather than my family.

  20. David Stokey on

    Once theres no more money in it for them youre on your own. They frequently flew people to Fort Myers and when the lies were discovered people were stranded there. I could have walked home but I was the only one in the whole place who wasnt at their mercy. If youre serious about recovery it’s a pretty comfortable environtment, but dont believe half the promises. If you cant pay your own airfare home don’t go. Feel free to ask about my experience [email protected]

  21. sick and tired on

    I have pictures videos and recordings of many things at sovereign. Just got home today after being denied proper diet and medical care. Witneeded many things in an overcrowded unhealthy environment.9-17-2016. Who do I contact

  22. Jan Walker-Cook on

    Sovereign Health Group a/k/a Sovran Health Group d/b/a MEDLINK owned and operated by Medical Concierge, Inc. of California is a RICO Enterprise Crime and fraudulent ongoing criminal and tortfeasor enterprise. NOTICE OF USDC for the Central District of California, RICO CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT RE SOVRAN HEALTH a/k/a Medical Concierge, Inc. d/b/a MEDLINK and owners Tonmoy Sharma and Michael M. Roham. Don’t send any mental health patient to Sovran Health Group a/k/a Medical Concierge d/b/a MEDLINK who is as of 4-2016 being sued in a large class action for California citizens in the United States District Court for the Central District of California for fraud, deceit, omission, lack of licensure under 18 U.S. Code Chapter 96 – RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS, common law fraud, intentional infliction of emotional distress, assault and battery upon mentally ill patients suffering from schizophrenia. The owner and administrator of Medical Concierge d/b/a MEDLINK a/k/a Sovran Health Group. Read the other pending class actions lawsuits and findings. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/…/BBC-psychiatrist-Tonmoy-Sharma… had a falsely obtained medical license that was revoked and he was deported from UK. See also Orange County Register of fraud maker Tonmoy-Sharma running Sovran Health Group in San Clemente, doing dangerous unlicensed practice of medicine on patients with organic brain disorders including schizophrenia http://www.ocregister.com/articles/-262991–.html. http://www.nriinternet.com/…/…/A_Z/S/Tonmoy_Sharma/index.htm. This criminal Tonmoy Sharma has no medical license in California or any of the 49 U.S. states but engages in clinical trials on unsuspecting patients and their families with no oversight and even big pharmaceutical companies Sovarti, Novartis and others have found him willfully committing fraud on them and their patients. Any one harmed by Sovran Health Group or Tonmoy Sharma or his alter-ego Michael M. Rohan are instructed to contact the plaintiffs via the class action lawsuit identifiers for their respective counsel. Be further advised that there are other class actions lawsuits against Sovran and Tonmoy Sharma and Michael Rohan in AZ, TX, OR, and other states including most recently HI. If you or your loved one were defrauded by Sovran Health and can corroborate the fraud that the entity held itself out as a licensed inpatient mental health facility for mentally ill organic brain diseased patients, then contact this site immediate for referral to counsel in the states of CA, AZ, NM, OR, HI, FL and others.

    • Jennifer Turner on

      Please contact me , I left my email down below .
      I’m currently going through this nightmare place with my daughter . I’m trying to get her out of there . They’ve lied to me from the beginning . Got me at my most vulnerable time . I need help asap , my daughter is getting worse not better

        • Thomas Boggs on

          Sovereign health traumatized me and I’m 51 years old there’s not much I haven’t seen. However in 32 days my health declined so rapidly that I had to have 2 and half liters of fluid build up extracted from me because I was denied critical medication that keeps this from happening. Needless to say this was extremely painful and sovereign refused to take accountability for their action. Then I was left at the center for refusing an U.A.until they accepted responsability for there actions by giving me a copy of the incident report and copy of the medication log. So I was left to walk 3 miles to the residence at 2.30 in the morning, when I arrived they asked where I was and I explained what had transpired they as in staff thought it was funny. Besides the fighting and drugs that were readily available street and prescription .My other issue had to do with ,allowing and making me leave their detox center when I was in an obviously in a state of confusion and need of the medications that they had me on which most all have a warning about stopping abruptly and could cause thoughts of suicide,as I walked from San Clemente tressels beach to Dana point close to 30 and 40 miles in a state of confusion and disparate I became dehydrated and lost 3 toe nails with huge blisters on the bottoms of my feet before finding someone who allowed me to charge my phone enough to make a call to get to a hospital where I was given an iv and had my feet dressed and medicated. I finally returned home and now sit in a somewhat catatonic state feeling major anxiety and disparate feeling I need help.please do not send a loved one here, it’s a horrible place full of drugs and violence and all for the mighty dollar. The person in the next story has been a tremendous help as I try and figure out what to do now being 10 x worse since sovereign .Do not send an adult let alone a minor.

      • Advice needed on

        My sister is now missing from sovereign.. They took all of her belongings (clothes, phone, Bible, ID and medical cards). Refused medical treatment for her and now suddenly today she “left” and someone saw her walking down a road. My question is how’d a random person know it was her. Something just isn’t right….. She’s two states away and would’ve found a way to call home by now if she’d really left the facility. Please does anyone have any advice or been in a similar situation with this place and know how to handle it..

      • K snellings on

        This place is unbelievable, I sent my son there in May 2016, he got worse while there, no communication, outrageous insurance billing.now on his way home, but a big expensive waste of time. I’m so disappointed.I feel like I and my child was mislead on all accounts.not sure what is next.only read about lawsuits, that I’m not sure are real or not.but I know, they have been paid well by insurance, and my son is no better off than when he went.none of the so-called therapies were offered. He learned more about drugs there,, than the mental illness he was sent there for.now I cannot even get a callback from one person working there as to what happened to my child.very disappointed! Very scared.

    • Thomas Boggs on

      Sovereign health traumatized me and I’m 51 years old there’s not much I haven’t seen. However in 32 days my health declined so rapidly that I had to have 2 and half liters of fluid build up extracted from me because I was denied critical medication that keeps this from happening. Needless to say this was extremely painful and sovereign refused to take accountability for their action. Then I was left at the center for refusing an U.A.until they accepted responsability for there actions by giving me a copy of the incident report and copy of the medication log. So I was left to walk 3 miles to the residence at 2.30 in the morning, when I arrived they asked where I was and I explained what had transpired they as in staff thought it was funny. Besides the fighting and drugs that were readily available street and prescription .My other issue had to do with ,allowing and making me leave their detox center when I was in an obviously in a state of confusion and need of the medications that they had me on which most all have a warning about stopping abruptly and could cause thoughts of suicide,as I walked from San Clemente tressels beach to Dana point close to 30 and 40 miles in a state of confusion and disparate I became dehydrated and lost 3 toe nails with huge blisters on the bottoms of my feet before finding someone who allowed me to charge my phone enough to make a call to get to a hospital where I was given an iv and had my feet dressed and medicated. I finally returned home and now sit in a somewhat catatonic state feeling major anxiety and disparate feeling I need help.please do not send a loved one here, it’s a horrible place full of drugs and violence and all for the mighty dollar. The person in the next story has been a tremendous help as I try and figure out what to do now being 10 x worse since sovereign

    • Tommy Leary on

      Does anybody have a contact phone number who is working on the Tonmoy Sharma case. Contact (435)251-1210 ask for Tom, he is the Private investigator.

    • Stephanie Bushnell on

      Hi. I was an employee with Sovereign Health and they didn’t pay me my last check of $1800 nor mileage from May and June. I have gotten lied to by my supervisor, her supervisor and Dr Sharma himself told me to figure it out myself. This company owes me close to $3000.

    • Hello to all,

      We had a miserable experience with Sharma’s Shenanigan and have cooperated with county investigators. If possible, we’d like to speak with you in regards to putting this shyster out of business and in jail where he belongs. My contact info is below. Thank you.

      • David Stokey on

        I went to Sovereign Fort Myers, dont believe half of the promises they make; they frequently flew people there from distant places and wouldnt fly them home when they discovered all the lies. I stayed, (I was the only one there who could have walked home) and got alot out of it, one year clean, but dont expect any after-care. Once theres no more money in it for them nobodys there. I spent the last 3 days just trying to get a copy of my completion certificate. (Still no luck.) “Equine therapy” means you get to go stand next to a horse like a petting zoo. But if youre serious about getting clean its not a bad environment to do it in, but dont believe youre going to go to yoga and get intravenous detox.

  23. Fuzzy Leo 8 on

    I worked for sovereign in AZ. All the previous replies are true! LHM have their “favors”, there’s NO communication, NO teamwork, unethical, under staffed, work staff to death, they promote by seniority instead of qualifications, they NEVER do what is promised to the patients, they keep them at RTC level FOREVER( cost more than PHP OR IOP) and they pay their staff completely wrong. If you work more than 40 hrs a week, it’s overtime, right? So, tell me why I worked 112 hours and got 8.25 hours of overtime???

    • Thomas Boggs on

      Please share your story on sovereigns San clemente Facebook its extremely important that people see the truth from both sides of the fence, I know of staff stealing medication ( a box of suboxone) To staff getting high. So please check out the sovereign San clemente FB. Thank you.

  24. Hi I am nicki , I got admitted at sovereign health last year. here is what i feel about sovereign health.

    I was suffering from depression and my mother died she had difficulty functioning in daily life and decided to seek help. At Sovereign Nicki described a very supportive environment and a “beautiful home in a beautiful neighborhood.” She learned to manage her emotions and anger and set boundaries.
    I found the staff at Sovereign to be supportive, understanding and welcoming which was important to her. She said she “clicked” with her therapist immediately and particularly appreciated group therapy which let her know she was not alone in her experience. I am also very much enjoyed equine therapy.
    I feels now have the ability to handle whatever comes my way and recommends others to seek help for emotional pain.

    • Jan Walker-Cook on

      This is a post from an insider/employee of Sovereign Health and not an ex-patient nor anyone who ever paid for inpatient treatment at Sovereign Health Group. This post is part of an ongoing RICO Enterprise Crime United States (CA, AZ, UT, FL, and other states) interstate and intrastate (CA) fraud being perpetrated on innocent at-risk mentally ill patients and their families. The CEO owner of Sovereign Health Group Tonmoy Sharma was stripped of his medical licenses for crimes including using human patients as guinea pigs in pharmaceutical studies, falsifying his academic credentials and using unethical unsafe drugs on unsuspecting patients who had no remedies to refuse his treatments of them. There is a class action lawsuit amongst others in the several states in the Unites States District Court for the Central District of California were these matters will be fully litigated and outcomes observed and acted upon by the California Attorney General’s office. Do not patronize or send your loved one or give any referrals to this unlicensed mental health facility where one patient has died this week as a direct and proximate cause of the Sovereign Health Group’s malfeasance and criminal enterprises.

      • Denise Payne on

        How do I become part of this law suit. I am in Washington state and was severely mistreated by Sovereign and still (over a year later) struggling with financial issues regarding money they took without my permission. I tried to sue them for financial reasons and a whole slew of questionable/traumatizing and I feel unlawful medical practices. They successfully, and I believe purposefully, used intimidating practices to scare me away. I was lied to from the first phone call for help to months after I left. Now they just don’t return my calls.

  25. I was suffering from depression and my mother died she had difficulty functioning in daily life and decided to seek help. At Sovereign Nicki described a very supportive environment and a “beautiful home in a beautiful neighborhood.” She learned to manage her emotions and anger and set boundaries.
    I found the staff at Sovereign to be supportive, understanding and welcoming which was important to her. She said she “clicked” with her therapist immediately and particularly appreciated group therapy which let her know she was not alone in her experience. I am also very much enjoyed equine therapy.
    I feels now have the ability to handle whatever comes my way and recommends others to seek help for emotional pain.

    • Jan Walker-Cook on

      This is another falsified post from an insider/employee of Sovereign Health and not an ex-patient nor anyone who ever paid for inpatient treatment at Sovereign Health Group. This post is part of an ongoing RICO Enterprise Crime United States (CA, AZ, UT, FL, and other states) interstate and intrastate (CA) fraud being perpetrated on innocent at-risk mentally ill patients and their families. The CEO owner of Sovereign Health Group Tonmoy Sharma was stripped of his medical licenses for crimes including using human patients as guinea pigs in pharmaceutical studies, falsifying his academic credentials and using unethical unsafe drugs on unsuspecting patients who had no remedies to refuse his treatments of them. There is a class action lawsuit amongst others in the several states in the Unites States District Court for the Central District of California were these matters will be fully litigated and outcomes observed and acted upon by the California Attorney General’s office. Do not patronize or send your loved one or give any referrals to this unlicensed mental health facility where one patient has died this week as a direct and proximate cause of the Sovereign Health Group’s malfeasance and criminal enterprises.

  26. Kelly Smith on

    I would like a Class Action lawsuit against Sovereign Health. I was a recent client and was threated by staff as as well as other clients. I witnessed horrifying situations , unethical behavior , patients Meds mysteriously went missing, never saw a Dr., was always told “we’re working on it”. Most staff had only worked there 1-2 months. We’re not licensed or trained. I could go on forever re the chaos, disorganized animal house they are running and getting away with. Stay away from this place as it is total insurance fraud. I went as far as placing a call with the FBI if that tells you anything about how scary this place is!!!!!!!!

    • Rosemary Boyd on

      My son was harmed by them. I would like to sue them also. He has passed away in Jan. I have proof of what type of deception they put us through.

    • Jan Walker-Cook on

      Agree with Kelly Smith and anyone else who has been harmed or whose loved one has been harmed by Sovereign Health Group, we have a class action lawsuit in process in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. I do not wish to leave my personal information on this site but if anyone would like to contact me go to Shell Walker-Cook on Facebook and message me and I will send you details how to join our class action. Our lawsuit concerns patients who were harmed in the State of California so if you or your loved one was harmed in Utah, Arizona, Florida or other states where Sovereign is operating, then you will have to institute class actions or join pending class actions in those jurisdictions.

      • Jennifer Turner on

        I think I found you on fb . I sent a private message . My child is current there in California . So far nothing but lies . I’m concerned for her treatment . Please help me out

      • Jan, I’m a Private Investigator in NC investigating a death that occurred at one of their facilities in 2016. If you’re willing to speak with me, please email me at [email protected]. If you’re concerned about who I am, please feel free to check out our professional organization, North Carolina Association of Private Investigators website (https://www.ncapi.com/) to confirm my identity. Please put “Sovereign Health” in the subject line in case it goes to spam.

        If you’re not willing to speak with me, but know of other employees or patients who may be, please let me know. I’ll also look you up on FB.

    • Kelly, which facility were you in? I’m a Private Investigator looking into a death that occurred in March of 2016 at one of the SH facilities. If possible, I need to speak with other clients or former employees who were at the same facility as the deceased. If you, or any other clients would be willing to speak with me, please contact me at [email protected]. With a direct contact, I can give more information about the location and date of death.

    • I’m a Private Investigator in NC investigating a death that occurred at one of their facilities in 2016. If you’re willing to speak with me, please email me at [email protected]. If you’re concerned about who I am, please feel free to check out our professional organization, North Carolina Association of Private Investigators website (https://www.ncapi.com/) to confirm my identity. Please put “Sovereign Health” in the subject line in case it goes to spam.

      If you’re not willing to speak with me, but know of other employees or patients who may be, please let me know.

  27. My significant other was in the Sovereign Fort Myers location for over 45 days. The only benefit to being institutionalized there was the fact that he was unable to obtain alcohol. He did not come home with any appreciable tools for recovery, there was no follow up from his case manager or therapist once home, they did not set him up with a sponsor for the interim until he found one at home and they set him up with a therapist at home that was not even covered by their supposed insurance (they assured him this would be covered). The team just called him yesterday after a month home to check up, on my suspicion maybe only because a fellow he met down there called to tell them he wasn’t doing well and because HE had reached out to THEM. He is merely a number there I’m sure. I called today to find out about his insurance for counseling on his behalf and spoke with Stacy, upon hearing my complaints/concerns, she did the professional thing and HUNG UP on me. Mind you, I was not even raising my voice to her even though I wanted to. Also, on their website, they advertise how important family is to recovery and an integral part of their mission. Not once was there a weekly conference as I was told there would be. The calls made were him calling me for 2-3 minutes to say hi while on speaker phone in the case manager’s office while the case manager did other things and other people waited in line for the phone. There was also no diagnosis of depression even though he is clearly depressed and his counselor here was able to see that within 2 sessions. He drinks alone every time and has low self esteem as well- I did not see improvement in either when he came home. I suspect they don’t get to actually dig deeper to get to know people recovering there because it’s all about the bottom dollar, numbers and statistics. He would have been better off staying home and finding a personal counselor and going to AA meetings. I am thankful that this was free for him, otherwise I would be irate.

      • Calls or go to Jarrodslaw.org
        866-40-report

        Please reach out. It is a central location to voice complaints. Strength in numbers. It will help everyone involved.

  28. Larry King CNN Live AM on

    Undercover FBI Agent Unveils Unethical, Unprofessional, Dishonest Lyining Thieves including Mules used to enter Treatment to collect Monies for Out Of Network billing. FBI Agent provides Evidence and proof that Sovereign Health is Violating More Laws
    and Regulations Includes UnderStaff UnderTreated, Un-CaredFor Patients by medical staff and unlicensed unprofessional Medicine Of Controlled 2 Substances prescribed by the facilities so called Dr. Larry Snyder and Malpractice escape goat for so called nurse practitioner and many pronounced to insurance companies as licensed professional Therepists when in fact evidence leads many staff members so called “House Managers” to be possible Illegal U.S Citizens practicing without proper licensing along with the smarts ethics orBrains to turn on and operate simple blood pressure devices.. Investigations lead one So CalledHouse Manager In training to be sleeping I his Underwear and Wearing Nohing but Bikini Brief Underwear found sleeping in the Medication Office on a Mattress on the floor when repeated patients asked repeatedly for medications his answer was I am
    sleeping dog.. This illegal Alien Found here working in the U.S off a deceased Elderlys SSAnd DOB.. Also Videos to be leaked on this Blogwill display Tapped phones, videos. And much more on IllegalUnderground Insurnace Scams including Pafients Identities. One
    house Manager will be taken into Custody soon this week breaking news will disclose many others involved in Rehab Inpatient Treatment Scams ForTheft, Extorsion, Idenety theft me also reports leak these unethical ex felons illegal Immigrants to take it Asfar as using Innocent people to Take the heat and fall when needed let alone the many individual clients ranging from Ages-18-29 used to enter treatment for insurance billing fraud purposes allowing drug use to be alright and provided basic allied staff house managers.. One HouseManager was caught on tape covering up one of his Mules Drug Screenings making another patient guilty of aomething. He or she never even takes.. This Unethical dirtbag to society Will be expedited on Many Illegal counts of Idenety and insurance theft and fraud also more to
    Follow turns out past4-Months of sever Undercover FBI and DEA Agents have Major Warning To Stay Clear And Far Away From SOVEREIGN Health Facilities inSanDiego CA, San Clemente CA “Headquarters and Key Location Of CEO/Founder Also Here In the United States On VisaAs well Banned In Fhe Medical Field to practice medicine for Using and testing UN-Approved Poisons not professional authorized by FDA OnMental 51/50 Patients this Moron idiotically Smmusdle Eastern Is Here in the United States Comiting Illegal acts. Any party calling California Based Rehab Placement Facilities the Idiots paid to sale these facilities to make upwards of 2,000-3,000-Per Client Per Admit meaning they will get you flown out rob your belongings, stealAnd Sale Patients Controlled 1&2 medications prescribed purchased by the patient meaning they have NO right or Legal grounds for tampering with medications therefore many employees have already quit leaving this prison of hell and unethical lies thieves and scum making it more easy on 17 soon to be Endited and or Exedited the HellOut of here taking their scum and thievery skills it’s them to lead and try tone smarter at performing also The Sovereign Health Facilities Willbe shut down for Illegal Mal-Practicing prescribing Without Face to Faceet alone Phone conversation at A NO period..evidence reveals many clients and patients went three to four weeks without Consulting a TrainedLicensed Medical Doctor whom in this CaseIs Dr Larry SnyderMD Medical Director Being one investigated for illegal billing prescribing of Ned’s usedZanex, Clonopine allVery Highly Addictive BENZOsMakingit easy to bill insurances for possible life threatening Detox etc.. FBI and DEA Will Also Be Releasing19 other Fly ByNight Cartal Ties and Many Ethnic Prison And Foregein Gang Mob Ties To The Many Illegal California In Patient ms Out Patient Treatment Facilities officials Say Theseunderground Criminal Insirance Idenety Fraud Organizations are tied with many Treatment facilities in Washington, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Florida, and New Mexico Several Hubsand Key Drug Cartel distribution cities.. Investigate well research out your treatment facility before making any sales and arrangements these credentials also ache found on the right or wrong choice of treatment facilities with Local STATE FBI And BBB offices also make sure your not going to see a doctor unlicensed or working under another’s license thinking that’s legal when in fact very illegal Also insurance Scammers and Mules BE-WARE many Of You will Alsi He Prosecuted By Federal Amd FDA Officials So Begore your skimming to another treatment or under illegal name. Or Idenety provided by the Rat Hole Acymbag Joint Your working for Cause Many will be prosecuted including several Asian males for false papers and licensing but cause they have Creeper and Rape Charges being Brought against them for Rapping Parients and taking advantage of 51/50 Patients One Moron is dumber than a Majgung Mule Nester Rhey call this one Evidence leads Several Femals coming forward after they were threatened and given ultimatemems if so called eat or snitch or doggy dog this individual officials are working very fast to expedite the inditement later this week
    whe found out to be practicing without license

      • Is there anyone else that is willing to go about this? Please let me know I was a “member” there and ALOT of things were done with me that were ABSOLUTELY ILLEGAL! Thank you. Please contact me by email first at…….
        [email protected]

      • Rosemary Boyd on

        My son was admitted there and was discharged after ten days. He was told the insurance would cover his care. He was suicidal at the time and he needed immediate care. I flew him out from Missouri to CA. He was awaiting permission to return home to Las Vegas while on parole but he was not getting any type of treatment there. So we called the probation officer left a message and was reassured by Kori Swensen the intake specialist that their lawyer will write a letter and everything would be fine. Well he ended up being accused of violating his parole and his drug use escalated. He struggled to stay straight with outpatient treatment. It was a nightmare. They also drugged him up so badly I was so alarmed when they released him. He passed away Jan. from an accidental overdose. His whole world caved in on him. They made things worse.

        • My best friend that I have loved as my own sister … my entire life was there and had the same details and ending. They may have been in possibly the same time. Im devastated. This is criminal. How do I get ahold of anyone that may be able to walk me through getting started with an investigation? This place refused to give her medical assiatance and now she is gone. Please help

        • Rosemary, I’m a Private Investigator in NC investigating a death that occurred at one of their facilities in 2016. If you’re willing to speak with me, please email me at [email protected]. If you’re concerned about who I am, please feel free to check out our professional organization, North Carolina Association of Private Investigators website (https://www.ncapi.com/) to confirm my identity. Please put “Sovereign Health” in the subject line in case it goes to spam.

          It’s possible that your son and the deceased were in the same facility at the same time.

      • Hi Kelly, my daughter-in-law was just in the facility and had the most horrible experience. She is on meds for a medical condition and because her insurance ran out before they were willing to release her they have refused to give her the meds. back so yes we would like to join in on this class action law suit. she was in the Fort Myers, FL facility

    • How do you know all this, please contact me. I would love to speak to you and collaborate with you and the information I have.

    • Calls or go to Jarrodslaw.org
      866-40-report

      Please reach out. It is a central location to voice complaints. Strength in numbers. It will help everyone involved.

  29. The house managers at one of the facilities in San Clemente steals patients mess genesis to be drug tested and Beat up for being a thief and much more than one who did anything to ruin my life along with many more good people who pay plenty to be in shit hole environment.. Reason staff leaves is cause people like mr nester lies steals and much more allowing his ones to get high drink anick his rear to keep his little peckersyndrom at a highcause this scumbag has more energy working a solid 48 hour shift not going home period to spun out like a tweaked who steals people’s mess it’s a guarantee law suites are to follow and this one will be taken care of

  30. Sovereign Health is unethical in all practices. Employees are treated poorly in Florida and possibly all over the county. Salaries are low and benefit package is worse. Upper management has no idea how to run an organization. The only staff who last are those who can buy in to the questionable practices. The CEO is a tyrant who believes yelling, screaming and threats are successful management tools. You can read about him on line – Dr Tonmoy Sharma – who lost his license to practice medicine years ago and continues on that path. The only statistic that they care about is how fast they can grow the company by adding more and more dangerous programs. Client are lied to about what to expect when the arrive by treatment consultants and outreach workers and patients are thrown out as soon as the last dollar is drained. Do not sent family of friends to this company and NEVER accept a job working for them.

      • Jan Walker-Cook on

        There is nothing false about the fact that CEO-co founder principal owner Tonmoy Sharma and Sovereign Health Group a/k/a Medical Concierge, Inc. d/b/a MED-LINK are RICO White Collar Criminals using interstate mail fraud, wire fraud, insurance fraud, wire fraud, criminal and civil assault and battery on mentally ill patients, false imprisonment, padded billing, lack of ANY licensure for a mental health facility in California, Utah, Florida, Arizona, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Texas, Delaware and any other states they are seeking to expand and embed their Indian Crime Family all originated and when under indictment with pending criminal warrants for Tonmoy Sharma still active in the UK and by INTERPOL to EU countries, are based from Bombay-Calcutta-Madrassa where Tonmoy Sharma fled when deported from the UK in 2011. There is nothing false about these criminal, regulatory violations, and civil torts. They are a matter of ongoing class action lawsuits and in the public domain of the courts in the United States, UK, and other countries including the World Court in the Hague.

    • Jan Walker-Cook on

      I agree with all of your sentiments and add these of my own. NOTICE OF USDC for the Central District of California, RICO CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT RE SOVRAN HEALTH a/k/a Medical Concierge, Inc. d/b/a MEDLINK and owners Tonmoy Sharma and Michael M. Roham. Don’t send any mental health patient to Sovran Health Group a/k/a Medical Concierge d/b/a MEDLINK who is as of 4-2016 being sued in a large class action for California citizens in the United States District Court for the Central District of California for fraud, deceit, omission, lack of licensure under 18 U.S. Code Chapter 96 – RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS, common law fraud, intentional infliction of emotional distress, assault and battery upon mentally ill patients suffering from schizophrenia. The owner and administrator of Medical Concierge d/b/a MEDLINK a/k/a Sovran Health Group. Read the other pending class actions lawsuits and findings. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/…/BBC-psychiatrist-Tonmoy-Sharma… had a falsely obtained medical license that was revoked and he was deported from UK. See also Orange County Register of fraud maker Tonmoy-Sharma running Sovran Health Group in San Clemente, doing dangerous unlicensed practice of medicine on patients with organic brain disorders including schizophrenia http://www.ocregister.com/articles/-262991–.html. http://www.nriinternet.com/…/…/A_Z/S/Tonmoy_Sharma/index.htm. This criminal Tonmoy Sharma has no medical license in California or any of the 49 U.S. states but engages in clinical trials on unsuspecting patients and their families with no oversight and even big pharmaceutical companies Sovarti, Novartis and others have found him willfully committing fraud on them and their patients. Any one harmed by Sovran Health Group or Tonmoy Sharma or his alter-ego Michael M. Rohan are instructed to contact the plaintiffs via the class action lawsuit identifiers for their respective counsel. Be further advised that there are other class actions lawsuits against Sovran and Tonmoy Sharma and Michael Rohan in AZ, TX, OR, and other states including most recently HI. If you or your loved one were defrauded by Sovran Health and can corroborate the fraud that the entity held itself out as a licensed inpatient mental health facility for mentally ill organic brain diseased patients, then contact this site immediate for referral to counsel in the states of CA, AZ, NM, OR, HI, FL and others.

  31. Sovereign Heath Care is a nasty facility that seems to be run by children. It’s houses and corporate office is littered with trash. The pictures on the website look nothing like they do once you arrive. My goal is to warn people to stay away from this place.

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