A recent Freedom of Information request by the Society of Parents and Friends of Michener Centre resulted in the government providing them with a 130-page document.
Society president Bill Lough says 80 per cent of the document was blacked out due to the government's right of executive order.Story continues after slideshow
Guy Smith, president of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees, says the details released in the FOIP document are quite damning and what the government is trying to hide must also be damning.
The province announced in March that it plans to move 125 of the centre's residents to community group homes or seniors facilities.
Friends and family say Michener Centre is the only home many of their loved ones have ever known.
They say there aren't adequate services in the community and people moved out of the centre won't do well.
Red Deer MLA Mary Anne Jablonski has said she understands why the decision is hard for people to accept, but has added that the move will be done with care and consideration.