July 31, 2018 Once again, the allegations specifically about Shiloh have been found to be without merit by multiple regulatory and monitoring bodies.  The judge's ruling simply upholds what is already the law, and Shiloh agrees.  Children should not have to remain in a more secure placement than is necessary, and children should not receive medications without consent.  Shiloh has followed the least restrictive environment (LRE) and informed consent rules for decades.  It is the law everywhere.  It is the task of ORR and the Flores attorneys to work out the procedures that contracted facilities need to follow for the immigrant population. Shiloh provides information to both groups in their longstanding suit. July 13, 2018 In the past three weeks Shiloh Treatment Center has been visited, audited or investigated by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) Residential Childcare Licensing and the Abuse and Neglect Division, The Joint Commission (TJC), Texas Education Agency (TEA), the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), and consulate representatives from Guatemala, El Salvador and Mexico. All of the widely distributed allegations about Shiloh were found to be without merit. The children have been found to be properly cared for and treated. Shiloh Treatment Center has a specific treatment purpose within the federal system. It does not participate in border actions.