GATESVILLE — Officials from Coryell County and Central Counties Services on Monday toured the 70-year-old building that was once the county hospital and may be a 16-bed, 24/7 mental health services center by this summer.
The old hospital, now known as the county MHMR building, would be renovated as part of a four-year, federally funded project to provide mental health services that the county attorney and jail administrator say are urgently needed.
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