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Is There a Governing Agency That Monitors Drug/alcohol Rehab. Policies and Practices?

Question by Laydee Y: Is there a governing agency that monitors drug/alcohol rehab. policies and practices?
I voluntarily entered a rehab in Long Beach for help with alcoholism. At the time, I was so physically sick with head-cold/flu, and when they put this lady in the room, I complained and asked to change rooms (I COULD NOT SLEEP) because she snored SOOO LOUD. I was literally thrown out in a hospital gown, I was so sick, they had been giving me all kinds of knockout drugs, I had no shoes, no money (they couldn’t find their key for the locker where my personal belongings were), was dangerously close to a relapse, but they threw me out on the street anyway. They actually locked me out when I was – or so I was led to believe – there for help with my alcoholism. This was in 2001. In 2006 they started billiing me for this so called stay! I want to report this to some State Authority that will take this type of therapy and put a stop to it. I was shocked they would even consider billing me for their “services” . Any ideas anyone?

Malibu Drug Rehab Journey at Malibu Beach – Welcome


 

Kick Heroin Addiction in 15 Days in Thailand


 

Kick Heroin Addiction in 15 Days in Thailand – www.bangkoktimesonline.com Patients line up every day at Thailand’s Thamkrabok Temple to give up heroin. The monks give addicts a herbal tonic to induce vomiting and clear the toxins in the blood. Pete Docherty (linked with Kate Moss and Amy Winehouse) and the frontman of the Libertines and Babyshambles visited the temple, but never stayed the course. The treatment as well as the accommodation is free, only the food has to be paid. As the monastery lives on alms, donations are welcome. They may be put in one of the donation-boxes or be given directly to the abbot. For more information and details about the Thamkrabok Monastery Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre, please contact www.thamkrabok.net For more Thailand news and videos, please visit www.bangkoktimesonline.com