Vermont Governor Proposed Public-Private Project To Create Forensic Psych Bed Capacity

News | March 8, 2018

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Vermont lacks forensic hospital bed capacity, according to a state facility analysis. To address the problem, the governor’s administration has proposed a public-private partnership to create a 925-bed facility to create the needed capacity. The proposal is under debate by the legislature. Following a facility analysis, the Vermont Agency for Human Services (AHS) recommended that…

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