What appears to have happened (if I'm reading these translations correctly), is that, at least at that point in time (namely, roughly a year ago), Ibicuy was taking in voluntary placements. Perhaps Ibicuy was aggressively marketing itself as an bona fide addiction treatment option.
However, as we all know, people who choose to enter an addiction treatment program voluntarily have certain expectations as to recognition of their rights as individuals as well as personal dignity. Said elements appear to have been lacking from the Ibicuy program.
Consequent the rebellion, such as it was, of roughly 50% of the Ibicuy clientele.
In response, in all probability a self-protective measure, Ibicuy filed counter charges, specifics of which I am unable to decipher.