A new legislative report finds that an embattled state-run facility for the mentally ill is “a vestige of an old treatment model that is no longer tenable.” The report says that the Southwest Idaho Treatment Center (SWITC) lacks a long-term vision for how to care for its 17 mentally ill clients as it transitioned from a decades-long practice of institutionalization to helping its patients re-enter the community.
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