Tennessee-based Strategic Behavioral Health plans to open a 94-bed psychiatric hospital in Harlingen during August.
The $13 million project will provide badly needed psychiatric care for Rio Grande Valley residents.
At least four Cameron County veterans have committed suicide during 2016, according to Warriors United in Arms, a Brownsville-based veterans organization.
“I think depression and anxiety have a lot to do with it,” said Tony Garcia, a member of the organization.
The new psychiatric hospital will provide help for veterans and other Valley residents.
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