Albuquerque center for troubled youth expanding



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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A facility that is New Mexico's largest center for troubled youth is expanding.

The Albuquerque Journal (http://bit.ly/1uwJOrb ) reports that the 100-bed Desert Hills of New Mexico is adding 20 beds, expanding classrooms and other space as parts of a three-year $20 million expansion and renovation project.

The center owned by Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare Corp. and is located on a six-acre campus in northwest Albuquerque.

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