Money Over Lives –
Jan. 14, 2019 – According to a Palm Beach Gardens Police report dated last Wednesday, Mylett was the co-owner of Reliance Treatment Center, a licensed substance abuse center on U.S. 1 in North Palm Beach … The county’s Sober Homes Task Force had arrested Alexander Vandervert in December 2016 on patient-brokering charges connected to the Saje House, a sober home Vandervert owned. Vandervert later told investigators he received kickbacks of $375 to $400 for each patient he referred to Reliance. Investigators listed 29 checks totaling $54,286. They also listed a $1,275 check that might have been related, the report said. She also said Reliance had a “revolving-door” practice that allowed people who’d relapsed to return. As a result, she said, she reported to investigators that people she’d met there had overdosed and died. The report said two people who worked in the Reliance business office told investigators that numerous operations referred people to Reliance and that Reliance billed for five-day treatment programs when clients actually were treated for only three days.