A Kansas commission is recommending that the state close its hospital for the mentally disabled in Topeka and move more patients into group homes.
The closure would leave the state with just the Parsons State Hospital and Training Center. Officials estimate the proposals for the Kansas Neurological Institute in Topeka and the Parsons hospital would save the state at least $5.7 million a year.
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Kansas Panel Backs Closing State Hospital in Topeka