384. Positive Impact, Mexico

Positive Impact was a so-called drug rehab in Mexico. Despite its name it collapsed due to the bizarre personal relationships in the management leaving the teenagers with chance of getting the necessary treatment.

It was lack of responsibility and it could not have been fun for the teenagers who were sent there.

The manager – Jon Anderson – came from The Island View Asylum in Utah now known as the Elevations RTC. One of the employee – Craig Rogers – later founded a lot of programs in Utah and Mexico.


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About Rotsne

Danish immigrant, but very integrated. After having worked for another research center, I have recently started working for International Culture Exchange where I serve the youth and their families wanting to become an exchange student.

2 responses to “384. Positive Impact, Mexico”

  1. Micheal00002222@gmail.com says :

    I was in kino from 99 to 2000 and want to get in touch with my family. Please mail me if you were too. Im Michael Tyler. Micheal00002222@gmail.com

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