Psych Crime Reporter

March 8, 2018

Did You Work at Covington Behavioral Health in Covington, LA?

Filed under: Acadia Healthcare — Psych Crime Reporter @ 12:35 pm
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Are you a current or former employee of Acadia Healthcare’s Covington Behavioral Health Hospital in Covington, Louisiana?

During your time there, did you witness any of the following:

  • Patient abuse
  • Use of chemical restraint
  • Billing irregularies
  • Fraud
  • Use of non-medical personnel to make admissions or medical or diagnostic decisions?
  • Any other questionable or illegal events or conduct

You can make a confidential report about it to Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR). If you want to take action, CCHR may be able to assist you.

Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a mental health watchdog established by the Church of Scientology in 1969 to investigate and expose psychiatric abuses of human rights and crime and fraud in the field of mental health.

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Ever Worked at a Universal Health Services Behavioral Facility in Illinois?

Filed under: UHS,Universal Health Services — Psych Crime Reporter @ 11:45 am
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Have you ever been employed at any of the following Universal Health Services (UHS) psychiatric facilities in Illinois:

  • Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center in Springfield
  • The Pavilion Behavioral Health System in Champaign
  • Innovations Academy in Streamwood
  • Riverdge Hospital in Forest Park
  • Hartgrove Hospital in Chicago
  • Garfield Park Hospital in Chicago
  • Chicago Children’s Center in Chicago

Did you witness or do you have knowledge of patient abuses, safety issues, fraud or other crimes or dangerous situations at any of these hospitals?

You can make a confidential report about it to Citizens Commission on Human Rights. If you want to take action, they may be able to assist you.

Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a mental health watchdog established by the Church of Scientology in 1969 to investigate and expose psychiatric abuses of human rights and crime and fraud in the field of mental health.

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