GATESVILLE — Work to convert one wing of the old MHMR building into an eight-bed, 24/7 mental health services center has begun after Coryell County commissioners this week approved $44,400 for electrical, plumbing and structural repairs.
The north wing of the 70-year-old building that was once the county hospital will have eight beds for a transitional mental health unit that is part of a four-year project funded through a Section 1115 Medicaid waiver that will provide $1.50 in federal matching funds for every $1 of local money spent.
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