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  • Many who were being counseled at Affinity now are forced to go elsewhere

    Drug abuse nearly killed Sanja Bibic, 20. That was enough for her to get help and turn her life around. She was getting counseling at Affinity Inc. in Boise, but now must find a new agency now that Affinity is the focus of an IRS investigation.

Drug abuse nearly killed Sanja Bibic, 20. That was enough for her to get help and turn her life around. She was getting counseling at Affinity Inc. in Boise, but now must find a new agency now that Affinity is the focus of an IRS investigation. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Drug abuse nearly killed Sanja Bibic, 20. That was enough for her to get help and turn her life around. She was getting counseling at Affinity Inc. in Boise, but now must find a new agency now that Affinity is the focus of an IRS investigation. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

Boise mental health agency focus of IRS raid, but ‘who suffers ... is the client’

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