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Addiction Canada Fraud (not Narconon)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Intelligence, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. Yes concernedcoward not we are actually gearing up to open for the winter and all snowmobilers
    I am sure the township would tell you about their recent walkthru with fire and safety after all the new renovations
    But what really amazes us if you are a resident or just a fan of mine(sarcastic about fan.....more like stalker) is that you have absolutely nothing better to do than talk crap.

    Put your comments to paper and send them to me........so I can take them and read them while I am sitting in the smallest room in our house......where you comments on paper will start reading before me and can be used to be behind me........hope you get that!!!
  2. John Haines - Addiction Recovery Network SHUT DOWN by the Alberta Health Minister. RCMP is Investigating. Former Staff and Patients Contact the, Sundre and Clearwater County - RCMP

    https://ripoffscams.com/reports-fil...d-for-help-for-addictions-caroline-ab/391065/


    https://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/addiction-recovery-network/caroline-ab-t0m0m0/addiction-recovery-network-john-haines-sundre-recovery-center-on-hwy-22-addiction-canad-1446606


    This "company" is a fraud. They promise clients the world and get them to sign off on $30,000 or less if they are desperate to fill beds like in Sundre Alberta, the staff is not educated or experienced in the position they are hired on for, the staff, the married female psychotherapist Maya is having sex under the clients noses with a staff member, the red seal chefs are not red seal, many many many staff have not been paid for over a year for wages they earned, the people running it have been in the news in a bad way but just posted a fraud statement of innocence.
    When confronted with these rumors they will just say "oh i have been slammed unfairly" and brush it off. They said this to me upon my hire when I asked about what I saw online.


    https://www.sundreroundup.ca/articl...g-mental-health-regulatory-framework-20191001

    https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/alberta-government-orders-closure-of-addiction-recovery-network-1.4650193

    https://edmontonjournal.com/news/po...eatment-shelter-among-patient-safety-concerns
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  5. I watch cable tv and I know on a lot of the US channels there are a lot of Canadian commercials playing on them due to the laws here in Canada.

    Lately, I've been seeing a lot of commercials for Drugfreeworld.org on CNN in my neck of the woods.

    I don't know if these are American commercials but it sure is irksome to know that Scientology is hiding behind all of this.
  6. https://www.mountainviewtoday.ca/su...discovered-deceased-in-red-deer-river-1822805

    The man who was recently reported missing after venturing away from (Addiction Recovery Network) the former Mountain Aire Lodge west of Sundre has been discovered deceased. In a press release issued today, the Sundre RCMP reported that the body of Terrance Kereluke, from Regina, Sask., was found in the water near the shore of the Red Deer River at about 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11.

    https://www.mountainviewtoday.ca/lo...y-facility-ordered-to-cease-operating-1823328

    “Our government will not stand by while any company seeks to take advantage of families or individuals dealing with addiction or mental health issues,” said Jason Luan, associate minister of mental health and addictions, in the press statement.

    “To any company engaged in harmful practices: know that we will pursue you to the fullest extent of our authority. We will not allow the process of recovery to be brought into disrepute. Our government was elected to stand up for Albertans. We’re going to do just that.”

    “Based on the number and nature of complaints our ministry has received,” said Tyler Shandro in the press statement, “I have signed a ministerial order directing Alberta Health staff to investigate the facility once patients have been safely moved to another treatment centre.”

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  7. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toro...-regulate-private-treatment-centres-1.5666721

    Addiction Recovery Network owes nearly $97K in unpaid wages, owner John Haines says he plans to pay (When???)

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    Nicole Brockbank · CBC News · Posted: Jul 29, 2020
    John Haines was found in default by the government on orders to pay more than $76,000 of those wages, and a warrant of seizure and sale was issued against him personally in York Region last month to try to reclaim those funds.


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    Haines's past addiction companies declare bankruptcy


    This isn't the first time concerns about Haines' facilities have been raised with CBC News.
    CBC's Go Public first reported about ex-employees of Haines's previous company, Addiction Canada, not getting paid, despite government orders, in 2015.
    Then further reporting the following year revealed Haines's two companies, Addiction Canada and Vita Novus, owed more than $500,000 in unpaid wages and were shutting down as Haines faced criminal charges connected to the addiction treatment businesses.
    The charges against Haines were dropped in November 2017 and he paid a $5,000 mischief fine for having an unlicensed doctor on staff. In early 2018, both of Haines's previous companies declared bankruptcy and he started Addiction Recovery Network.
    Haines also operated another addiction treatment facility in Alberta, which was closed down by the provincial government last fall due to patient safety concerns.
    The current company, ARN, owes nearly $97,000 in unpaid wages from 36 employment standards complaints the Ministry of Labour has ordered ARN to pay up on since 2018.
    November 2017 and he paid a $5,000 mischief fine for having an unlicensed doctor on staff. In early 2018, both of Haines's previous companies declared bankruptcy and he started Addiction Recovery Network.
    Haines also operated another addiction treatment facility in Alberta, which was closed down by the provincial government last fall due to patient safety concerns.
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toro...-regulate-private-treatment-centres-1.5666721
  8. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toro...n-centres-owing-96k-in-unpaid-wages-1.5666721


    Haines confirmed that Beaton's son did receive treatment at the Brampton facility. He told CBC News in an interview that staff gave Drew several warnings and second chances about his behaviour before he was discharged.
    "We do not guarantee 100 per cent success," Haines said. "We try our hardest and that's why we have a guarantee to bring them back."
    Now Beaton says she's out $12,500 that she took from her retirement savings to cover the cost of her son's treatment. He has been released from custody, is homeless and continues to struggle with addiction.
    Deguara says other clients expressed concerns about not getting the treatment they paid for. She had particular concerns about a client who arrived in a wheelchair from hospital even though the facility wasn't accessible.




  9. ORDER OF AN EXECUTIVE OFFICER

    NOTICE OF CLOSURE

    To:
    2196072 Alberta Inc.
    “the Owner”
    And
    John Haines – Director
    And
    Addiction Recovery Network Alberta Inc.
    And
    Dylan Maggiacomo - Director
    And
    The Mustard Seed Foundation
    And
    Shirvington Hannays – Director
    And
    Jeanette Castledine – Manager
    And
    Joe Siega - Supervisor
    RE:
    The food establishment located in Clearwater County, Alberta and municipally described
    as: Addiction Recovery Network, 312038 Forestry Trunk Road
    WHEREAS I, an Executive Officer of Alberta Health Services, have inspected the above noted

    premises pursuant to the provisions of the Public Health Act, RSA 2000, c. P-37, as amended

    https://webcache.googleusercontent....ober-22-2019-a.pdf &cd=12&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca

    ORDER OF AN EXECUTIVE OFFICER
    CLOSED FOR TENANT ACCOMMODATION PURPOSES
    ORDER TO VACATE
    To:
    2196072 Alberta Inc.
    “the Owner”
    And
    John Haines – Director
    And
    Addiction Recovery Network Alberta Inc.
    And
    Dylan Maggiacomo - Director
    And
    The Mustard Seed Foundation
    And
    Shirvington Hannays – Director
    And
    Jeanette Castledine – Manager
    And
    Joe Siega - Supervisor
    And To:
    All Occupant(s) of the following Housing premises:
    RE:
    Those housing premises located in Clearwater County, Alberta and municipally

    described as: Addiction Recovery Network, 312038 Forestry Trunk Road

    AND WHEREAS such inspection disclosed that the following conditions exist in and about the
    above noted premises which are or may become injurious or dangerous to the public health or which
    might hinder in any manner the prevention or suppression of disease, namely:
    a. Smoke alarms are either missing or non-operational in rooms 11 and 12 of the Client’s
    Lodge, rooms 2 and 3 of the 4-plex Lodge.
    b. Walls and/or ceiling are in poor repair in rooms 1, 8 and 11 of the Client’s Lodge, rooms
    3 and 4 of the 4-plex Lodge.
    c. Floor tiles are cracked and broken in rooms 1-4 of the 4-plex Lodge and rooms 1-6 of the
    6-plex Lodge.





    https://webcache.googleusercontent....ober-22-2019-a.pdf &cd=10&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca

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