Skip to comments.Psychiatric facility closing doors in February
Posted on 12/07/2012 6:36:29 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
CHARLOTTE, N.C. A south Charlotte psychiatric facility for teens is closing its doors in early February, leaving dozens of teens looking for new homes and 122 employees looking for new jobs.
The Keys of Carolina officially notified the state this week that it was closing but has not said why.
Eyewitness News uncovered it was facing a list of violations from the North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services and a $6,000 administrative fine, according to state officials, for violations of laws regarding the "protection from harm, abuse, neglect or exploitation" of patients.
State officials said conditions in the facility were "found to be detrimental to the health and safety of the clients" and was in the process of revoking the facility's license. The Keys had begun appealing the action when it notified the state it was closing.
A complaint survey dated Aug. 23 found several violations....
(Excerpt) Read more at wsoctv.com ...
like translexuals, just declare every mental to be normal and let them launch activist civil rights groups to demand the world bend to their reality
“leaving dozens of teens looking for new homes and 122 employees looking for new jobs”.
Oh the poor employees,whatever will they do now?
first thought at the title was.....are they locking down the capitol building?
After the election, insanity was redefined and all the teens were declared cured.
Much of our homeless problem and “unexplained violence” would be solved by returning the the psychiatric bed count we had in the 1950s, around 150K. The mentally ill who are currently homeless and some of those in and out of jail for mental illness should be in institutions, not on the streets.
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