Hospitals - conventional psychiatric

British & Welch Psychiatric Hospital historical survey - http://studymore.org.uk/4_13_ta.htm

Rate USA hospitals charge for various procedures: www.cms.hh.gov/quality/hospital + informedpatient@wsj.com
+ www.healthgrades.com + www.healtscope.org + www.leapfroggroup.org + www.myhelthfinder.com +
www.phc4.org + www.wicheckpoint.org

Hospital Compare @ http://www.alanclemmons.com/links.html

Children's Mercy Hospitals & Clinics  Kansas City, Missouri, USA  www.childrens-mercy.org

Christian Health Care Center &  psychiatric hospital
Wyckoff, New Jersey, USA    1-201-848-5200  www.christianhealthcare.org/about_history.shtml

King County Hospital  King County, Washington state, USA  www.kentwa.org/foundation.htm 
New model program where mandate is patient wellness.  merrily@msn.com  www.margotkidder.com

Grading Hospitals: National, USA - www.healthgrades.com + www.healthcarechoices.org  Grading Hospitals:
California, USA  www.healthscope.org  Grading Hospitals: Madison, Wisconsin, USA  www.qualitycounts.org

McLean Hospital, Belmont, Massachusetts, USA  www.mcleanhospital.org - Traditional teaching psychiatric hospital -
1-800-333-0338 press 1 for inpatient, press 2 for outpatient - Continuing education for professionals & public (free)  www.mclean.harvard.edu  brown@mcleanpo.mclean.org 
617-855-3151 or 3152  Cole Resource Center for Patient/Family/Friends/Employers  
esctr@tiac.net 1-617-855-3298  High-end facilities for the well to do in America are:
McLean's "Pavilion", "Butler's Duncan Lodge" at Butler Hospital, Providence, Rhode  Island,
"The Retreat", Sheppard Pratt, Towson, Maryland, & "Silver Hill Hospital", New Canaan, Connecticut  www.wsj.com 
McLean has a brain bank per 6/13/2004 Boston Globe  www.boston.com/globe/magazine
www.national_databank.mclean.harvard.edu  Gracefully Insane by Alex Beam of McLeans' history  www.amazon.com

McLean Hospital history @ https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-asylum/201905/why-are-asylums-scary

New England, USA - Psychiatric treatment @ http://directory.nepsy.com/category/hospital/
New England, USA - Psychiatric treatment @ http://directory.nepsy.com/category/residential-school/

New Life Clinics (+Hospital & Radio Program) Traditional Christian orientation, Dallas,Texas,USA www.newlife.com

Ramapo Ridge Psychiatric Hospital   (1989) of Christian Reformed church, Wyckoff, NJ, USA   
Dual Diagnosis Program Pathways - Outpatient mental-health program 1-201-848-5200 www.christianhealthcare.org/about_history.shtml

St. Davnet's Hospital, County Monaghan, Ireland (Neither available nor recommended facility) http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/1/LHO/CavanMonaghan/Mental_Health_Services/stdavnets/stdavnetshistory/stdavnetstimeline.pdf
@ http://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/1/LHO/CavanMonaghan/Mental_Health_Services/stdavnets/stdavnetshistory/ 
1861: It is ordered that there should be ‘erected & established in or near the town of Monaghan’ a new asylum
(working farm) to accommodate 300 lunatic poor from Monaghan & Cavan & is to be called ‘Monaghan District Asylum’.
1867: The Lunacy (Ireland) Act (30&31 Vic. c. 118) prohibited the committal of dangerous lunatics to prisons.
All such persons must now be accommodated in district asylums.

Westwood Lodge Hospital, Westwood, MA, USA  1-781-762-7762

Housing for immediate family of patients at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass is at
Halcyon Place, 27 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, Massachusetts, Boston, USA 02116 Reduced Rates

Housing for immediate family of Massachusetts patients Wayside Bed and Breakfast, CAP member
(Christian Association Prime membership) Small Rate  1-800-443-0227

WARM LINES
911 Lines for the Mentally Ill

http://www.power2u.org/articles/selfhelp/warm_lines.html  

www.warmline.org

Psychiatric News

Pean, Alan @ When the Hospital Fires the Bullet
@ http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/14/us/hospital-guns-mental-health.html?_r=0

Carey, Benedict - Assisted Suicide Study Questions Its Use for Mentally Ill - "Researchers who looked at doctor-assisted deaths in the Netherlands found that some patients had declined treatment that might have helped."