This is a staff list for Clean Adventures in Prescott, AZ
(we are working to acquire the complete records for ALL years)
We advise current and/or former staff to report any abuses you may have witnessed while working at Clean Adventures. For information on your rights and how to take action, visit www.heal-online.org/blowthewhistle.htm.† If you were fired or forced to resign because you opposed any illegal and/or unethical practices at Clean Adventures, you have the right to take action.†
If you were harmed (family or survivor) by Clean Adventures, please contact email@example.com if you remember the long-term employees and from which years.† This will help!† Also, if you recognize any of these staff as having worked at another program, please send in any information about their past or present employment at other facilities and/or cults.
Please donít place your loved one in Clean Adventures and rescue them if they are there now.
|Robert Patton||Executive Director|
|Ryan McNamara||Operations Director|
|McCarthy Cox||Program Director|
|Evan Dillon||Marketing/Admissions Director|
|James Puckett||Director of Family Services|
|Charlene Diaz||Office Admin/HR|
|Ryan Smith||Adventure Director|
|Justin Baker||Compliance Officer|
|Laura Oliver||Clinical Director|
|Justin Bachman||Staff||Formerly worked for Gatehouse Academy, now closed.|
*(Clean Adventures, like many other programs in this industry, keeps a "tight lid" on any specific information regarding their staff, qualifications, and practices. Please contact us with the names of any staff of which you have firsthand knowledge or experience. Thank you for your help.)
CLEAN ADVENTURES INITIAL REPORT:
HEAL has placed Clean Adventures on our watch-list after receiving complaints and information regarding crossover staff with confirmedly abusive programs involving Justin and Erin Bachman, namely Gatehouse Academy and Canyon Crossing Recovery. Clean Adventures Of Sober Living LLC in Prescott, AZ is licensed solely as an outpatient treatment provider and is not licensed to provide 24 hour supervised treatment. It is not certified through Medicaid or any other nationally recognized certification agency. It holds no other licenses in AZ and is not a licensed drug rehabilitation residential or wilderness program. Source: http://azdhs.gov/documents/licensing/databases/MEDICAL_LIST.pdf. It is accredited by the Joint Commission, but, to understand HEAL's concerns regarding why that accreditation is not as impressive as it may seem, see: http://www.heal-online.org/jointcommission.pdf The Joint Commission profits up to $40,000 per program per year by charging fees to the programs (i.e. Clean Adventures) for their continued "accreditation". This creates a conflict of interest for the Commission in regards to providing effective oversight. In addition, the Joint Commission relies on self-assessment and self-correction on the part of organizations it accredits which is also an absurd measure and certainly not the mark of an objective oversight board, agency, or committee.
HEAL would advise against enrolling anyone in this program at this time.
April 26th, 2017
Last Updated: April 26th, 2017