psychiatric hospital

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A FORMER Edwardian mental hospital in Wales has been saved from demolition.
The military court appointed earlier a lawyer that we do not know, who requested Maikel's referral to a mental hospital.
The COs' efforts were forgotten, but in the coming years some states did significantly boost funding for their mental hospitals.
Inspectors described the level of dirt in Dublin's Central Mental Hospital as "inexcusable".
The number of beds at Texas' state mental hospitals has gradually declined from 2,800 in 1996 to about 2,400 now.
Sky News wrote to the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Health to ask why mental hospitals were being used as dumping grounds for those seeking justice, but received no answer.
4) In 1905, the department announced that training would be offered in all mental hospitals and that nurses and attendants who attended the lectures and demonstrations and remained on staff for at least three years would be entitled to sit an examination leading to registration.
A JUDGE yesterday blamed cannabis for putting vulnerable people into mental hospitals as he jailed a drug pusher for 3V2 years.
By 2030, officials project that 720 forensic patients will be housed in state mental hospitals.
There were mental hospitals available many years before the NHS was set up.
These offenders, who are confined indefinitely in mental hospitals after serving their time, are considered sane enough to be convicted and punished but not sane enough to be released.
A FARM labourer who spent more than 40 years in mental hospitals because he was unfit to stand trial for killing two women, was finally jailed for life yesterday for the horrific attacks.
OTTAWA -- Jails can't be used as mental hospitals, Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Desmarais ruled on two detained men at the Ottawa-Carleton Regional Detention Centre while awaiting psychiatric assessment.
For much of its running time, La Salle's movie seems little more than a pastiche of other films set in mental hospitals.
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