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But supporters say the facility would serve a need, even if it didn’t fix Oregon’s tangled and inadequate behavioral health care system.
Twenty-three years after the closing of Oregon’s Dammasch State Hospital, 100 hundred or so people gathered to celebrate the creation of new housing for the mentally ill in a housing development located at the site of the former mental institution.