Duluth, MN (Northlands NewsCenter)
-- A Duluth drug treatment center has been cited for numerous violations, according to a report by Minnesota Department of Human Services.
Lake Superior Treatment Center, a facility that uses methadone, a drug used to ease addicts off opiate based drugs, has been cited for 26 violations.
Those violations include providing misleading information on license requirements, too many clients per councilor, not performing random bottle checks and several other repeat violations.
The clinic must correct these violations and faces a 400 dollar fine.
The center will be under a conditional license for the next three years.