Come On Down –
March 15, 2018 – Experts say that could be a violation of Florida law. “Practically everyone from out of state was flown in. They told them ‘We’ll hurry up and get you on the next plane,’” she said. Tonia Donnini came to River Oaks from Ohio, after getting a referral from a medical facility there. “They said basically everything would be taken care of. They would pay for my flight down. They would transport me from Tampa Airport,” Donnini said. Mike Isom, who was River Oaks’ Transportation Manager for two years, says most patients came from other states and American Addiction Centers paid their way.