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battle creek enquirer • detox • elizabeth huff • eric tenorio • narconon (aka scientology drug rehab) • narconon freedom center (formerly, narconon stone hawk) • ooze towel • per a. wickstrom • real estate • tia corporation
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Jun 27, 2008
Rehab center selling lake site for $3.69M — Battle Creek Enquirer
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Type: Press
Author(s): Elizabeth Huff
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
PENNFIELD TOWNSHIP — A Scientology-based drug and alcohol rehabilitation center has listed its St. Mary's Lake property for sale for $3.69 million. Realtor Roger Molenaar of Prudential Preferred Realtors said Narconon Stone Hawk, at 216 and 218 St. Mary's Lake Road, has been listed online for a couple weeks. On Thursday, he said no prospective buyers have inquired yet about the buildings. "We're just getting the marketing out to different corporations because it would be ideal for corporation or church retreats," ...
Apr 19, 2008
Future of rehab center unknown — Battle Creek Enquirer
More: rickross.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Elizabeth Huff
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
Narconon Stone Hawk's drug rehabilitation clients at the Pennfield Township inpatient treatment facility will be relocated by May. The center's approximately 75 patients will be moved to Albion's Narconon Stone Hawk East facility, President Per Wickstrom and Executive Director Eric Tenorio said. Narconon Stone Hawk is a private-pay drug and alcohol rehabilitation center. Clients shell out about $29,000 for typically three to six months' worth of treatment. Treatment includes classroom lessons, a vitamin regime, exercise and two to three weeks' detoxification ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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