February 18, 2002 NAPHS Reports Record Increase in Psychiatric Hospital Occupancy Rates  Access to behavioral health services may be a growing challenge in many communities as psychiatric hospital occupancy rates reach the highest level in more than five years. This was the finding of the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems (NAPHS) in its new report, The NAPHS 2001 Annual Survey Report –  Trends in Behavioral Healthcare Systems. The report was released on January 28, 2002. According to Carole Szpak, Director of Communications at the NAPHS, occupancy is increasing as closings and consolidations have reduced the . . .
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