Closing of Dorothea Dix Hospital marks failure of state reforms 

North Carolina was once a leader in mental health. After a decade of "reforms," it no longer is.

On Dix Hill, the cold December stillness only serves to reinforce the feeling of abandonment. These splendid, rolling grounds, overlooking the center of Raleigh from the south, were occupied not so long ago by a state psychiatric hospital established in 1848 that…

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