By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Mental health advocates in Vermont have recommended the closing of the Vermont State Hospital. The hospital operates on a budget of $10 million per year to serve 100 patients. Another proposal under the consideration of state Mental Health Commissioner William Dalton is to use regional facilities to accommodate 30 to 40 short-term, acute-care patients according to a report in the October 21, 1991 issue of HealthWeek. Ken Libertoff, executive director of the Vermont Association for . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Mental health advocates in Vermont have recommended the closing of the Vermont State Hospital. The hospital operates on a budget of $10 million per year to serve 100 patients. Another proposal under the consideration of state Mental Health Commissioner William Dalton is to use regional facilities to accommodate 30 to 40 short-term, acute-care patients according to a report in the October 21, 1991 issue of HealthWeek. Ken Libertoff, executive director of the Vermont Association for . . .
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