Overcrowding at Western State Hospital and other state-run psychiatric facilities has prompted a state lawmaker to propose raising $500 million through bonds to build more treatment centers and other mental health facilities.
Overcrowding at Western State Hospital and other state-run psychiatric facilities has prompted a state lawmaker to propose raising $500 million through bonds to build more treatment centers and other mental health facilities. Elaine Thompson AP
Overcrowding at Western State Hospital and other state-run psychiatric facilities has prompted a state lawmaker to propose raising $500 million through bonds to build more treatment centers and other mental health facilities. Elaine Thompson AP

Lawmakers want to put $500 million for mental health facilities up for a vote

January 20, 2018 09:00 AM

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