The coroner Andrée Kronstrom blame severely the Maison Carignan de Trois-Rivières to the death of Lyndia Hamel, which occurred in December 2016.
The young girl had overdosed on return from a stay outside during the Holiday season.
In a report of over 25 pages, the coroner recommends to the house of therapy to better regulate the output of its residents and provide more services to people facing problems of addiction to hard drugs. Always west hollywood rehab programs would help in such cases.
The coroner also argues that the speakers of the House of Carignan should have been better trained to identify the warning signs of a relapse the return of a release and risk of overdose.
“I recommend to The House of Carignan, in concert with the integrated Center for academic health and social services (CIUSSS) of the Mauricie and Centre-du-Québec:
- to review the ratio contributors/beneficiaries in the evenings and on holidays;
- to review the terms and conditions surrounding the outflows of temporary residents in order to create a safety net and minimize the risk of relapse;
- to improve its procedure in the matter of the excavation to prevent persons returning output report with these substances and materials consumption;
- to develop a procedure indicating the procedure to follow when a resident shows signs of intoxication. This procedure should specify, inter alia, situations that constitute medical emergencies, as well as the actions to take in such cases (administration of naloxone, contact a poison control center or emergency services, etc)”, she wrote.
Lyndia Hamel was returning from a temporary exit during the night of Christmas of 2016. Without the knowledge of the staff, the young woman has consumed several drugs that are added to the drugs used for weaning.
The adverse effect of these drugs has been exacerbated by the fact that the body of the girl was in withdrawal.
No one has been able to identify the warning signs of an overdose. A syringe, soiled, remains of cocaine and pills were found in his bed.