Cedar Hills Hospital- Military program

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In Patient Mental health treatment for Veterans in Crisis

Cedar Hills Hospital is dedicated to providing outstanding care and treatment to the men and women who bravely serve the United States Armed Force including active duty, family members, and veterans. Our Military Program has an established track-record since 2009 and we have longstanding active power partnerships with all branches of the U. S.
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