Conditions Remain Poor at Lubbock State School

AUSTIN, Texas
Published: November 17, 2008

Texas’ quality rating system has given Lubbock State School a 20 out of a possible 100 score more than a year after health officials addressed federal civil rights violations. The score was the third worst out of the rated facilities.

A state inspection recently found critical deficiencies in the building that jeopardized resident health and safety. The findings threatened the school’s certification to care for mentally disabled residents.

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