Camarillo State

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Camarillo State Mental Hospital - Camarillo State Hospital in Popular Culture
... Jazzman Charlie Parker's "Relaxin' at Camarillo", written while he was detoxifying after a heroin addiction, is a tribute to the facility ... The song "Camarillo" by punk outfit Fear also refers to the hospital ... The band Ambrosia released a song called "Ready for Camarillo" on their 1978 Life Beyond L.A ...
Camarillo State Mental Hospital
... Camarillo State Mental Hospital, also known as Camarillo State Hospital, was a psychiatric hospital for both developmentally disabled and mentally ill patients in Camarillo, California ... site has been redeveloped as the California State University, Channel Islands ...
Camarillo State Mental Hospital - History
... In 1932, the State of California purchased 1,760 acres (7.1 km2) of the Lewis ranch, located three miles south of the city of Camarillo, and established the Camarillo State Mental Hospital ... Camarillo State Hospital was in use from 1936 to 1997 ... Programs initiated at Camarillo helped patients formerly relegated to institutions to leave the hospital and move to less restrictive group homes or become (at least nearly) independent ...
Camarillo, California - History - Camarillo State Hospital & CSUCI
... Camarillo State Mental Hospital was established near the city in the 1930s so that persons suffering from mental illnesses or tuberculosis could recover in Ventura County's balmy climate ... Jazzman Charlie Parker's "Relaxin' at Camarillo," written while he was detoxing from heroin addiction, is a tribute to the facility ... The song "Camarillo" by punk outfit Fear is also written about the facility ...

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