SunnyView Center for Rehabilitation and Spirituality
By: Kian Traviss (Blankidea Resident)
BACKGROUND: A land prospector contacted Kian Traviss about his Condo's on the coast, unfortunately his renovations weren't going so well and he was cutting it close to meeting building codes deadline. He was running out of money, having dumped a lot of it in the actual purchase of the condo's and unable to get more from his dad since his money is tied up in a divorce. The timing couldn't have been better, the offer was made to him to lease the land because he would not sell. The lease also came with a 20% share in the proposed business itself which interested him due to his own personal experience with addiction but he has no intention of being involved with the running of the business. So construction began and the condo's were demolished, small beach front homes were constructed for the remaining tenants to live and up on the hill, overlooking the vast ocean a giant was formed, SunnyView Manor.
EXPERIENCE: The facility itself is a Spiritual rehab ran by an extension of the Catholic Church. Originally a non-profit, this type of business has quickly turned into a money making giant for the Catholic Church. The building itself boasts a small chapel open to the public during service hours, offices, patient wards in various degrees, padded cells, hydrotherapy and even a morgue. There is obviously a lot more than meets the eye to this business. Rehabilitation has never been so...fun. The intent is to work with the hospital and HPD to house inmates or patients that need 'extended' care for their mental wellness, or even off the street walk-ins. Drug addiction, anger management or just odd mental behavior, SunnyView will and can fit all your needs. The staff will include therapists, a dentist/anesthesiologist on call, clergy (priests and nuns) nurses to give out them pills and the occasional visiting doctor.
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