Prairie St John’s

Prairie St John’s Is A Joke

Prairie St John’s is a joke! My daughter was transferred here from the hospital after swallowing 2 bottles of prescription pills.

The psychiatrist, Dr.Hess met with her twice and sent her home because she said she didn’t have thoughts of hurting herself.

We argued with him because it had only been a couple days and they hadn’t worked with her at all to figure out why she took the pills.

He refused to listen to us and said he was releasing her anyways and if we wanted her to stay we’d have to pay out of pocket because he wouldn’t bill our insurance anymore.

Needless to say, they didn’t help her at all and it was basically a couple day babysitting service.

She even self harmed while she was there, so that shows how well they do their jobs.

Look elsewhere if your child needs serious help, they don’t care here.

Is Prairie St John’s a scam?
Prairie St John’s is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Prairie St John’s legit?
First Prairie St John’s is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Prairie St John’s’s consumers?
There is/are 5 review(s) posted about Prairie St John’s and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Prairie St John’s located?
Prairie St John’s is located at 510 4th St S, Fargo, ND 58103, USA. You can contact Prairie St John’s by dialing (701) 476-7216 or visit their website before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Prairie St John’s’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $3688 was the total loss incurred by Prairie St John’s’s customers.

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5 reviews on Prairie St John’s

  1. Christa Gray

    people do not respond well to that.

    For a place that specializes in mental health, they are not very hospitable. The lady I talked to on the phone was very rude and not very helpful. You would think they would understand what mental health is and have hospitality for everyone. I would not go or send anyone who has mental health to a place where people are that rude; people do not respond well to that.

  2. Judy Martin

    My son finally agreed to help and our whole family new he needed IN HOUSE TREATMENT.

    My son finally agreed to help and our whole family new he needed IN HOUSE TREATMENT. They took the word of a addict as to what sort of help he should have. They assessed him to out patient treatment. He did not go to first 2 days, went wednesday skipped thursday and went Friday. following week was not much better.

    Did not pass his chemical tests and then was kicked out of the program.We would not recommend this place to anyone who has some sort of issues. They love people who can fill their spaces and with insurance. Probably people with out also because I’m sure they get paid by government programs.

    Their end is suppose to be confidential , but when I would call to see if my son showed up instead of PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEES calling me to stop calling they tell my son to have me stop calling. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE ????? I REPEAT DO NOT GO HERE FOR HELP !!!!!! His Addiction counselor was Jason Grabar …..

    He was a joke, would never return phone calls and THOUGHT he knew it all, instead of giving people with a disease personal guidance. He thought everyone was cookie cutter …. made his job easy. I can not say it enough NEVER go here. Go to Hazelden, minnesota .

  3. Nile Hart

    Each of my stays was traumatic.

    I went here four times as a teen. It didn’t help me at all. They gave me a bunch of medications that didn’t work, made us do group therapy all day, and had numerous ridiculous rules.

    We also weren’t allowed to go outside. We had to stay on our floor the whole time. My shortest stay was 8 days, but my longest stay was three months. How long you stay is largely a matter of whether the doctor likes you or not. Each of my stays was traumatic.

  4. Siri Lee

    Prairie didn’t admit my close friend (15) into the unit after meeting with the Psychiatrist, Counselor, Doctor early one morning. His mom wanted him admired and said I’m scared he’s going to hurt himself.

    They still resisted. Around 9:00 that night his mom had to go with his dad to a cattle meeting, forced him to go but wouldn’t… On their way home ambulances came flying past them on their road.. He committed suicide. I hate prairie, they do nothing and the owner is Evil.

    She blamed his death on his good friend when she took it just as hard as the family and did nothing to him, she stopped him from doing it before. She’s sick and twisted. Find help elsewhere please, save yourself.

    They misdiagnosed him with bipolar a year earlier, with his chemical imbalance it made him bipolar. The people at prairie don’t care and Jen faul is twisted for blaming it on a 15 year old girl who did nothing phone records prove it. Please avoid.

  5. Tom Lloyd

    He is extremely rude!!!

    If you have a family, please stay as far away from Prairie St. John’s as possible! We sent a family member there and they basically helped to destroy that persons life.

    Over medicated, issues with staff and a coed living space, doctors thinking it is ok for a person to walk away from their family. It was a nightmare. Stay as far away from Prairie St. John’s as possible. There are many stories on the web…

Reported Loss :3688 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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