Oklahoma Department of Human Services to reduce population at centers for mentally disabled

Oklahoma Department of Human Services commissioners approve the “plan in principle.”

BY NOLAN CLAY Published: December 7, 2011
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services plans to keep open two state-run centers for the mentally disabled but cut the number of residents from 242 to 112.
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