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Amanda Bynes Checks Into Inpatient Mental Health Center After Being Placed on Psychiatric Hold

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There’s been a new update on Amanda Bynes‘ health. According to a new report from TMZ, the 37-year-old actress has checked into an inpatient care facility as she continues to address her mental health struggles. Keep reading to find out more… The outlet writes that in the beginning of July, Amanda checked herself into a new treatment center in Orange County.

She reportedly learned about this new facility through her previous treatment center. Sources told TMZ that she wanted a more “therapeutic place to live” rather than stay by herself in her L.A.

apartment and also felt that she needed more support than her outpatient treatment was providing. The sources also claimed that Amanda was receiving a higher level of care as she’s in residential treatment.

Moreover, they added that she was taking part in daily therapy sessions and activities in order to prepare for life after leaving the center.

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