Severely mentally ill people can no longer seek treatment through the state’s psychiatric hospital system, amid an admissions freeze affecting nearly anyone not involved in the criminal justice system.
The decision by Colorado Department of Human Services officials drops to zero the number of state-run psychiatric beds available to most adults who don’t face criminal charges. As a result, those patients must try to seek care at private hospitals, which patient advocates say can be difficult Read More
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