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Doug Seiler, administrator of special populations with State Operated Services, addresses an audience Thursday during an open house on the MinnWest Technology Campus. Seiler was one of a handful of officials who were in Willmar to praise the city's 16-bed acute care facility. Officials called the facility a demonstration of the state's willingness to "step up to the plate" and provide specialized quality care for youth who suffer from severe and complex forms of mental illnesses. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Transition celebrated for kids psychiatric hospital

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WILLMAR -- The transition of the state's only behavioral health hospital for children and adolescents was celebrated Thursday in Willmar.

State officials praised the 16-bed acute care facility as a demonstration of the state's willingness to "step up to the plate" and provide specialized quality care for youth who suffer from the most severe and complex forms of mental illnesses.

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Carolyn Lange
A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers county government and regional news with the West Central Tribune.
(320) 894-9750
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