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===Early Cottage plan===
 
===Early Cottage plan===
Early cottage plan buildings, typically built between 1900 and 1920, retained many of the ornate appearances and treatment methods of the Kirkbride Plan era. Early cottage plan buildings were typically no more than two stories tall, they were typically built of fireproof materials such as brick, stone, and slate. They were purpose built for a single type of patient and there were typically two sets of buildings for each, one for women and one for men. Hospital campuses usually resembles that of a college with large, well manicured lawns, flower beds, trees, fountains, and other decorative items. Typically an administration building was located at the front of the campus, patient buildings would encircle the campus with communal buildings such as a kitchen, chapel, or auditorium in the center. Power plans, laundry facilities, and farms were often located to the rear of the campus.
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===Utilitarian Cottage Plan===
 
===Utilitarian Cottage Plan===
1920's Utilitarian Cottage Plan eugenics had firmly planted itself in mental health care. Hospitals had become less places of healing and more places to warehouse societies unwanted. So hospital construction caught up with the trend. Building remained cottage plan but with larger utilitarian buildings, such as at Harlem Valley in NY at Byberry with its new N buildings.
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===Metropolitan Plan===
 
===Metropolitan Plan===
1930's Metropolitan Plan (Name change needed?) New York took a step away from other states in the 1930's by building their own super large buildings. Examples: Rockland State Hospital, Pilgrim State Hospital, Edgewood State Hospital, Hudson River State Hospital, Kings Park State Hospital.
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===Post Drug Cottage Plan===
 
===Post Drug Cottage Plan===
1950's Post Drug Cottage Plan hospital building slows as drugs become the primary treatment. Hospitals go back to smaller cottage type buildings, such as Haverford State Hospital.
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==Modern Plan==
 
==Modern Plan==
1970's and beyond we see the move to huge modern single buildings housing all the services of the hospital, while hospitals over all began to slowly decrease in size. Modern Plan
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