Time to Lawyer Up? –

March 21, 2018 – But the self-described “wounded healer” found a more lenient regulatory environment in Colorado. He owns two addiction rehab clinics in Colorado Springs and Aurora and 16 sober-living homes in Colorado despite a growing list of allegations against him, including sexual harassment, abuse of patients and inappropriate billing practices at his CoreVision program. “It’s very unprofessional at the least and dangerous at the worst,” said Dawna Stevens, who said her 24-year-old son received little or no treatment when he was a CoreVision patient. “We were afraid he was going to end up in the emergency room.”

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