I'm just reviewing Per's LARA records prior to automating the check for changes.It looks like Serenity Point picked up a couple of complaints: 9-24-15, 11-20-15https://w2.lara.state.mi.us/VAL/License/Details/2293913I'd love to be watching the location well before the "unannounced inspections" to see how much of a fire drill happens, and when.
TAMAQUA — Alexandria “Alex” Sienkiewicz was 23 years old when she died April 2 of a fentanyl overdose.Her parents, John and Tammy Sienkiewicz, want to help others in the midst of their grief. They formed Safer Streets for Tamaqua’s Little Feets. The group is hosting an Overdose Awareness Candle Light Walk at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the borough’s Bungalow Park, Catawissa Street.“We started this walk because of Alex,” Tammy said.
“There was no heroin whatsoever in her system. She was given a hot batch,” John said.On Sunday, Schuylkill County Coroner Dr. David J. Moylan III said “a hot shot, or hot batch, is a term for giving a very potent drug combination that the dealer knows would overdose their system and likely kill them.”
If she managed to stay clean for a while after Serenity Point, I think that was her own success rather than the program's.
Category:Serenity Point (Not that James "Rubber Stamp" Hoyt saw anything wrong, ever.)
I wish Mr. Hoyt would interview some of the clients at Serenity Point when he goes out on a complaint investigation. He seems to be relying solely on the Executive Director's word for everything.