Appeals Court Rejects Nevada Patient Dumping LawsuitA federal appeals court rejected a lawsuit Friday that accused Nevada officials and the state psychiatric hospital in Las Vegas of violating patients' civil rights by giving them bus tickets and dumping them in other states.
"Patient Dumping" UpdateCase continues in California after High Court declines review
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
Lawsuit Against Rawson-Neal Denied
Mental Health Clinic Closes DoorsLocal mental health clinic will close its doors
More Money For State Mental Hospital?An interim legislative money committee will consider emergency funds to add hospital beds in Las Vegas
San Francisco to Nevada: Pay Up for Patient CareThe city of San Francisco says Nevada owes it half a million dollars for the care it's given to homeless patients who were improperly sent packing from the Rawson-Neal Psychiatric facility in las Vegas.
State Seeks New Review For Rawson-NealState officials say Nevada won't appeal an accrediting agency's low marks of Rawson-Neal psychiatric hospital, but rather reapply for its accreditation.
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.