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In 1971 the plaintiff class was expanded to include patients at Alabama's two other inpatient mental health facilities, Searcy ...

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Jun 24, 2016 ... Bryce Hospital, built in Tuscaloosa in the 1850s and opened in 1861 ... a museum of mental health, a museum of the university's history, event ...

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Jun 21, 2016 ... Gallery: Historic Bryce Hospital restoration, demolition 6.21.16 ... the complex was larger than the state Department of Mental Health could use. ... Finally, the impossibility of the mix came to a head in the 1971 lawsuit Wyatt v.

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Nov 3, 2011 ... Ricky Wyatt, the man whose 1970 lawsuit over mental health conditions in Alabama led to landmark ... The case, Wyatt v. ... Wyatt said he had toured Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa the day before, a place that became home to ...

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Jun 5, 2008 ... Bryce Hospital Founded in Tuscaloosa in 1859 as the Alabama Insane Hospital ( AIH), Bryce Hospital is one of the oldest mental health facilities in the state. ... questionable treatment of patients prompted a court case, Wyatt v.