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Amanda Bynes Checks Into Inpatient Mental Health Treatment Center: Report

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Amanda Bynes has checked into an inpatient mental health treatment center.According to a report by, Bynes checked herself into an intensive inpatient mental health treatment center in Orange County earlier this month, just a week after checking out of an outpatient treatment facility in the Los Angeles area.

Sources tell the outlet that the star wanted more of a therapeutic place to live instead of living by herself at her L.A. apartment while she receives treatment, and felt she needed more help than what she was receiving at the outpatient facility.

Bynes started at the outpatient facility in April, after checking out of a mental health facility in Southern California when it was determined at the time by both her and the medical staff that she was ready to leave.Per the outlet, Bynes was introduced to the O.C.

treatment center through the L.A. facility, and enjoys the access to medical staff and therapists that the inpatient treatment center provides, including being able to be around a medical team as well as therapists and other patients.

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