Crisis Stabilization Unit expected to reopen in Washington County

By Anna Darling

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — An alternative to jail could be available again soon in Washington County.

The Crisis Stabilization Unit shut down in June after it ran out of funding.

It gives officers an option other than jail when dealing with a person facing a mental health crisis.

UAMS will help operate the facility but an opening date hasn’t been announced yet. Read more.

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