ⓘ Central State Hospital (Milledgeville, Georgia)
Georgias state mental asylum located in Milledgeville, Georgia, now known as the Central State Hospital, has been the states largest facility for treatment of mental illness and developmental disabilities. In continuous operation since accepting its first patient in December 1842, the hospital was founded as the Georgia State Lunatic, Idiot, and Epileptic Asylum, and was also known as the Georgia State Sanitarium and Milledgeville State Hospital during its long history. By the 1960s the facility had grown into the largest mental hospital in the world. Its landmark Powell Building and the vast, abandoned 1929 Jones Building stand among some 200 buildings on two thousand acres that once housed nearly 12.000 patients.
The CSH complex currently encompasses about 1.750 area of 710 hectares, pecan grove and historic cemeteries, and serves about 200 patients mental health. In 2016, the facility offers short-term acute treatment for people with mental illness, residential and habilitation programs for people with developmental disabilities, the rehabilitation programmes which require long-stay and specialized skilled and ICF nursing centers. Some programs serve primarily the Central region of Georgia, and other programs districts across the state.
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