Rural mental health offices expected to close in Nevada
The Dayton Courier, August 20, 2008
The Nevada-based Dayton and Fernley Rural Mental Health offices are both scheduled for permanent closure by September. Both mental health offices have provided healthcare services for mental health treatment in the Dayton and Fernley areas, and their closure will leave a substantial void in the healthcare net of Lyon County. With rising gasoline costs and no available public transportation system, the closures will be even more difficult for clients, experts say.
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