According to Creed bandmate Mark Tremonti, Stapp both checked into, and successfully completed, a stint in rehab.
The decision was made because investigators have been unable to make contact with the vocalist after multiple attempts.
In this latest development, TMZ has uncovered four phone calls made by Scott Stapp.
The Secret Service is investigating Creed singer Scott Stapp, who denies recent claims made about him.
Creed frontman Scott Stapp has reportedly lost custody of his children after a Florida court gave sole custody to Stapp's estranged wife.
TMZ has released a 911 call from last month in which Scott Stapp's wife Jaclyn and sister-in-law call into the Sheriff's office.
Stapp was reportedly served with a court summons to determine if he needed to be held in a psychiatric hospital for a mental evaluation and drug treatment.
Creed bassist Brian Marshall has posted a new message about Scott Stapp online to clarify his previous posting that the singer was "okay."
Scott Stapp's teenage son has apparently weighed in on his dad's recent actions, claiming that he needs help but refuses to get it.
A new fundraising campaign has turned up online for a brand new Scott Stapp album and fictional book.