Klean Sweep –
November 29, 2018 – The Klean center, located at 850 Hilldale Ave., has 26 beds and offers a variety of treatment programs. Klean also currently operates residential treatment facilities in Long Beach, Wash., and La Pine, Ore., as well as offering outpatient services in both of those states and in West Hollywood. It and the Breathe Life Healing Center at 8750 Sunset Blvd. are the only addiction recovery services in West Hollywood that offer residential treatment, although others are nearby. David Giugni, West Hollywood’s social services manager, said in an email that Klean has confirmed it will leave the Hilldale location by June of next year and has not said what it intends to do with the property. WEHOville has reached out to Andrew Spanswick, CEO of White Rabbit, but as of publication has not heard from him. In July 2009 Klean leased the Hilldale property, which then contained rent-stabilized apartments on lots ranging from 840 to 854 1/2 Hilldale, for its residential treatment center. Klean and the property owner, identified as three limited liability companies, were sued by the city for taking those rent-stabilized apartments off the rental market. The three LLCs are controlled by Jeff Klein, owner of the Sunset Tower hotel and of 850 San Vicente Blvd., a lot whose San Vicente Inn has been redeveloped into the “850,” a luxury bed and breakfast inn.