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In 1957, the American Psychiatric Association cited Weyburn as the North American mental hospital that was making the most progress.
For years they have been languishing at the mental hospitals. It's not that they are suffering from any mental ailment anymore: they have been cured and are fit to be discharged from the hospitals.
When they were restoring wards at a cost of PS100 each, that million pounds would go a long way to restore Denbigh mental hospital with a lot more from the Tory government.
Of the country's health care expenditures only 2% are devoted to mental care, 59% of which spent on public mental hospitals.
The influence of the Chinese Cultural Revolution relates to tangible restraints, such as clothing and the taming of individuals by the contemporary mental hospital.
Chloe is disturbed on hearing the prospect of mental hospital and to give her peace Kevin tells her that her thought process is being hampered by the sadness of Newman's death.
In May, Life published Maisel's disturbing overview of mental hospitals across the country.
The Junction City area is supposed to get two big state installations, a mental hospital and a prison.
A DAMNING new report has slammed mental hospitals across the country as filthy, with patients being given too many drugs.
Speculation has surrounded the future use of the Victorian era complex, since it closed as a mental hospital in 1995.
Like Burnett, sheriffs across Texas are increasingly frustrated and worried about the ever-decreasing amount of bed space available at state mental hospitals. Too often, when mentally ill offenders come to their jails, sheriffs who are required to provide appropriate care for their inmates say they are forced to either drive hundreds of miles, wait for days in hospital emergency rooms guarding patients or try to make do in their local jails until a mental health bed becomes available.

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