Clark County Buys Unused Psych Hospital to Create Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization Center

Clark County has purchased a 24-bed psychiatric hospital for $10.4 million. It plans to turn the property into a crisis stabilization unit pilot program to open later this year, according to Clark County Deputy Manager Abigail Frierson. Crisis stabilization units are small facilities that offer short-term behavioral health care including psychiatric stabilization and substance withdrawal treatment in a place that is less restrictive and less disruptive to a person’s life than a hospital or jail.

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Source: https://nevadacurrent.com/2024/03/08/clark-county-buys-unused-psych-hospital-to-create-behavioral-health-crisis-stabilization-center/

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