Alpine Counseling Center is located in Lafayette, Indiana, it provides Outpatient care with a primary focus on Substance Abuse. Services provided include Substance Abuse Treatment and Detoxification.
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3660 Rome Drive,
Lafayette IN
3768 Rome Drive,Suite 1,
Lafayette IN 47905
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Primary Focus
  • Substance Abuse
Services Provided
  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Detoxification
Type of Care
  • Outpatient care
Payments Accepted
  • Medicare
  • Private Health Insurance
  • Self Payment
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JaniceDecember 22, 2011 at 4:17 pm

Dr. Singh:

I am frustrated by your actions when I was your patient for the following reasons:

1. You prescribed the wrong psychoactive drugs for me and caused more problems in my life.
2. You did not listen to me when I complained about their negative effects on me. Instead, you doubled the problematic drug (Lamictal) or gave me one worse.
3. You wrecklessly prescirbed drugs at random based on limited information.
4. You sent an officer to my house who claimed he would take me to St. E. for medication adjustment, but instead just tried to extract evidence against me for potential incarceration. (BTW they could not).
5. You insulted me frequently about my appearance at our appointments. You criticized my hair and clothes. That was unprofessional and not appreciated.
6. Oh, and Adderall is a dirty drug. I also found Abilify to be criminal.

I came to you for help and you hurt me.
Thank you for helping me to ruin my life.


Kim Townsend


JaniceDecember 22, 2011 at 4:17 pm

You are nothing but a bunch of government sanctioned drug dealers. You practice a dirty business. You prey on mentally ill people to fill your pockets. You push drugs on people for your own kick backs from drug representatives.


JaniceDecember 22, 2011 at 4:17 pm

I find it ironic that you treat people for substance abuse while simultaneously encouraging them to use other drugs. You know, the ones you get kickbacks from of course for pushing them


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