LV Psych Hospital Regains AccreditationRawson-Neal dropped two years ago after scandal over giving discharged patients one-way out-of-state bus tickets with little or no help
Judge Rejects 'Patient Dumping" LawsuitA federal judge has rejected a lawsuit alleging that a Nevada psychiatric hospital violated a patient's civil rights by giving him a bus ticket to California.
Rawson-Neal Funding Threatened--AgainThe psychiatric hospital has been under federal scrutiny amid patient dumping allegations
Mental Health System Under ReviewThe review comes amid new allegations of patient dumping
State Mental Health Facilities Look To Save Millions Of DollarsThere's a new report out about Nevada's mental healthcare system that has nothing to do with patient dumping.
S.F. Files Patient Dumping SuitThe class action suit alleges Nevada has dumped psychiatric patients in California
San Francisco Could Sue Nevada For Patient DumpingSan Francisco is threatening to sue Nevada for allegedly dumping some 500 psychiatric patients in California.
Accreditation Denied For Rawson-Neal Nevada health officials say Gov. Brian Sandoval is calling for special legislative action to speed up mental health funding
Patient Dumping Report FinishedThe State of Nevada has completed its investigation into allegations that mental patients were given one-way bus tickets out of state
"Greyhound Therapy" for Nevada Mental Patients?The Sacramento Bee documented the release 1,500 patients from Nevada's Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital, about a third of whom were sent by bus to Los Angeles and San Diego Counties, or to Sacramento.