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|Body= In 1910 a constitutional amendment was passed allowing the state to [[Montana State Hospital|acquire the asylum]]. Negotiations were begun and on December 1, 1912, the Warm Springs hospital became a state institution.
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|Body= On September 29, 1938 the [[Embreeville State Hospital|commonwealth took total control of the facility]] as part of their new state-wide legislation, known as the "Full State Care Act". The legislature (Act #53) assumed responsibility for eight of the thirteen existing county public mental hospitals, the other five hospitals were closed.  
 
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Revision as of 03:07, 10 March 2019

Featured Image Of The Week

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On September 29, 1938 the commonwealth took total control of the facility as part of their new state-wide legislation, known as the "Full State Care Act". The legislature (Act #53) assumed responsibility for eight of the thirteen existing county public mental hospitals, the other five hospitals were closed.