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Crisis Mental Health Services and Inpatient Psychiatric Care: Capacity, Utilization, and Outcomes for Washington Adults

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Mason Burley - December 2016

The 2014 Washington State Legislature directed the Washington State Institute for Public Policy (WSIPP) to complete a comprehensive assessment of the utilization and capacity needs of public crisis mental health services and conduct a longitudinal study of outcomes and public costs for adults receiving crisis response services. This report also summarizes capacity and utilization information for crisis mental health centers and inpatient psychiatric treatment facilities in Washington.

A preliminary report was published in January 2015.

Report ID: 16-12-4101

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