Crisis stabilization center to be built in Ohio

Officials in Licking County, Ohio, are looking to add to the state's small number of crisis stabilization centers as part of its community health improvement plan, the Newark Advocate reported Feb. 8.

Property has already been purchased to serve as the site for a 50,000-square-foot center that will offer crisis stabilization services and stays ranging from 12 hours to three-to-five days. It will serve both youth and adult patients and is expected to be staffed by roughly 50 employees.

Upon opening, the facility will become Ohio's fifth crisis stabilization center, the report said.

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