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Apr 23, 2009
Employees file complaints about wages — Battle Creek Enquirer
More: battlecreekenquirer.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Elizabeth Willis
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
ALBION — Employees at a drug and alcohol treatment center are claiming they haven't been paid. Connie Hobbs and Debra Mikowski have filed complaints with the Wage and Hour Division of the state Department of Energy, Labor, and Economic Growth this month against Narconon Freedom Center in Albion. Christina Assante, Narconon Freedom Center senior director of administration, is claiming Hobbs resigned without notice and was paid in full. She also claims Mikowski resigned and was paid on Tuesday or Wednesday. Assante ...
Sep 14, 2008
Therapy facility takes Narconon's place — Battle Creek Enquirer
More: battlecreekenquirer.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Elizabeth Willis
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
PENNFIELD TOWNSHIP — A new private-pay substance abuse inpatient facility has begun operation at the facilities formerly occupied by Narconon Stone Hawk, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center with links to Scientology. Operators of the new organization, A Forever Recovery, said they are not associated with either Narconon or Scientology, although some employees worked for and managed Narconon Stone Hawk. "I know there's been a lot of negativity surrounding Narconon and I want people to know it's not Narconon anymore," said ...
Jul 1, 2008
Kahtleen J. Wickstrom v. Per A. Wickstrom, TIA Corporation, Narconon Stone Hawk Rehabilitation Center, Narconon International
Jun 27, 2008
Rehab center selling lake site for $3.69M — Battle Creek Enquirer
More: pqasb.pqarchiver.com
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
Dec 29, 2007
Rehab center to relocate patients — Battle Creek Enquirer
Type: Press
Source: Battle Creek Enquirer
The Narconon Stone Hawk East Rehabilitation Center will downsize for the winter months. Per Wickstrom, president of Stone Hawk, said Monday that 23 patients from the Albion facility will be moved to the Stone Hawk facility in Battle Creek. Also, five to 10 jobs will be either eliminated from the Albion facility or transferred to Battle Creek. Wickstrom said the Albion facility still will be full-service and open 24 hours daily. He said 15 to 20 patients will remain in the ...
May 20, 2005
Petoskey planners reject drug rehab home — Petoskey News-Review
Type: Press
Author(s): Jeremy McBain
Source: Petoskey News-Review
A packed council chamber erupted in applause Thursday as the Petoskey Planning Commission voted unanimously to deny a special use permit for TIA Corp. of Battle Creek. The company wanted to house a 63-bed residential Narconon alcohol and drug rehabilitation center in the former Rues Residential nursing center along Arlington Avenue, just east of MacDonald Drive. However, the request met great opposition from area residents who feared it would be too intensive a use for the site and would create health ...
Apr 20, 2005
Comments sought on drug rehab center — Petoskey News-Review
More: petoskeynews.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Ryan Bentley
Source: Petoskey News-Review
Petoskey planning commissioners will consider a controversial land use request that would allow a residential substance abuse treatment center to be established on the city's northeast side when they meet Thursday, April 21. The planning commission's regular meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at city hall, 101 E. Lake St. During the meeting, commissioners will take public input regarding Battle Creek-based TIA Corp.'s request for a special use permit. If the planning commission approves the permit, TIA expects to acquire the ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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