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  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Abendson Psychiatric Hospital
        • Psychiatric hospital where future Returnee Tess Doerner spent time from 1953-1955, when she disappeared April 3, 1955. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
    • Arkham State Hospital
        • Mental hospital in Gotham City.
    • The Arthur Hamm Hospital For The Criminally Insane
        • Mental hospital where David Wain is put in Season 5 episode 12 My Friend Falcon.
    • Baldy View Psychiatric Hospital
        • Where Lloyd pretends to be comatose to pull one over on Harry - for 20 years.
    • Belle Reve Sanitarium
        • Mental hospital, from various episodes.
        • Liquid metal morphing metahuman Trent MacGowen is a former patient of Belle Reve. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
        • Emily escapes, shortly after being captured. (Season 3 episode Forsaken)
        • Lex is committed. (Season 3 episode Shattered) Clark rescues Lex. (Season 3 episode Asylum)
    • Birch Psychiatric Hospital
        • Dave Kawecki, janitor at IGH, doing life in Birch Psych Hospital. (Season 2 episode AKA The Octopus)
    • Calmwood Mental Hospital
        • Mental hospital in Springfield.
        • Mental hospital in Springfield where Ned checks himself in after losing control and going off on the people of Springfield, and where he is reunited with his childhood psychologist Dr. Foster. (Season 8 episode Hurricane Neddy)
        • When everybody thinks Homer's roofer friend is imaginary, they put him in Calmwood Mental Institution. "We now treat March Madness" (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Camarillo State Hospital
        • Where Zack's mother ends up after multiple suicide attempts.
    • Captain Sanity's Superhero Sanitarium
        • Where Tick goes after seeing the criminal made up of ants in episode Ants in Pants! And where Mr. Mental's assistant now works as a receptionist in Devil in Diapers.
    • Cedar Ridge Psychiatric Facility
        • Mental hospital where patient Alex Ripley is being held against her will. (Season 5 episode Let the Children & the Childbearers Toil)
    • County Hospital For The Criminally Insane And The Tall And Portly
        • Mental institute for criminals (Season 1 episode I, Duckman)
    • Crestview Sanitarium
        • Psychiatric hospital where future Returnee Tess Doerner spent time from 1942-1945. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
    • Davison Psychiatric Institute
        • Where Pauline teaches art. Located in Zenith. First seen in season 2 episode 7.
    • Evans Mental Facility
        • Daniel steals the identity of one of the security guards at the Octa product launch, in the process placing an identity bracelet identifying him as a patient of a mental health facility.
    • The Francis Peacock Superhero Deprogramming Center
        • Mental health institute where Arthur's mother and sister Dot commit him against his will (Episode Arthur Interrupted)
    • Gatehaven
        • Mental institution.
        • Rembrandt visits psychiatrist Dr. Matthew Liebling, MD, PH.D, who tries to have him committed to Gatehaven, but then ends up getting committed himself after watching the sliders slide. (Season 2 episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome)
        • The strange man the sliders meet on the Invasion world is wearing a Gatehaven medical bracelet. Wade mentions that her uncle used wot work at a place called Gatehaven, a mental institution. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • Golden Brook
        • The name of the sanitarium where Diane resided following her nervous breakdown after her breakup with Sam (Season 3 episodes 1&2 Rebound)
    • Greendale Insane Asylum
        • Asylum mentioned during the dark timeline sequence. (Season 4 episode 10)
    • HAL Institute for Criminally Insane Robots
        • Where Fry and Bender are sent following their involvement in a bank robbery.
    • Harting Psychiatric Hospital
        • Morty rescues Nick from Harting Psychiatric Hospital. (Season 5 episode Forgetting Sarick Mortshall)
    • Hartley Psychiatric Center
        • Mental hospital in Brooklyn, New York where Joe's ex-girlfriend Candance had her brother Jimmy Stone committed. (Season 1 episode Candace)
    • Hawkins Memorial Hospital
        • Still investigating the rabid rat story after being fired from the Hawkins Post, Nancy goes to see Mrs. Driscoll. (Season 3 episode Chapter Four: The Sauna Test)
    • Homecoming Transitional Support Center
        • Support center to support military personnel transitioning back to civilian life.
    • Horton Psychiatric Facility
        • Where Owen is committed in the last episode (Episode 10 Option C)
    • Juniper Hill Psychiatric Hospital
        • Hospital where Henry Deaver pulls some strings trying to get a bed for the kid. (Season 1 episode Harvest) Henry drops off the kid. Later, there's a fire at the hospital and the kid shows up at Henry's mother's house. (Season 1 episode Filter)
    • Langford Psychiatric Institute
        • Where Roy goes looking for evidence of his friend Max's murder - and runs into the super soldier.
    • London Psychiatric Hospital
        • Hospital where eminent psychotherapist Dr. Simon Finch-Royce (John Cleese) works (Season 5 episode 21 Simon Says)
    • Mental Institution
        • After Homer complains about his family and his unfulfilled dreams on Taxicab Confessions, the Simpsons pack his bag and drive him out to the middle of nowhere, passing the Mental Institution, the Slaughter House and Santa's Village, before finally dropping him off at The Rolling Stones' Rock n' Roll Fantasy Camp. (Season 14 episode How I Spent My Strummer Vacation)
    • MHFW Treatment Facility
        • The pamphlet on Dissociative Identity Disorder that Kevin's father reads on the train was published by the MHFW Treatment Facility.
    • Milbury Hospital
        • Mental hospital for teen mutants, protected by a force field. Filmed at Medfield State Hospital, in Massachusetts.
    • Mission Cross Mental Asylum
        • Location of the correct Tommy Crawford that the Messengers are trying to kill (Season 2 episode 3)
    • Morningdale Psychiatric Hospital
        • A group of patients from Morningdale Psychiatric Hospital take a cab, but are unable to party the fair. Their doctor Dr. Lawrence Osborne arrives to retrieve them. (Season 2 episode Nuts About Harry)
    • Morningside Mental Hygiene Relations
        • Mental health facility in Atherton where Kathy stayed for 8 weeks, and, according to her, mingled with various famous people all staying there under assumed names.
    • Mount Ararat Hospital
        • Episode I'll be a Mummys Uncle. Tut escapes from Mount Ararat Hospital and purchases a piece of land adjacent to Wayne Manor to mine a vein of the world's hardest metal, Nilanium.
    • Murray Q. Frederikson Psychiatric Facility
        • Mental institution in Haven, also known as The Freddy, first seen in season 1 episode 3 Harmony. Also appears in Season 5 episode 5 The Old Switcheroo.
    • New Bedlam Asylum
        • Mental hospital where Homer is committed after failing The Marvin Monroe Take Home Personality Test, which he had Bart complete for him. Sign out front: "Rest Home for the Emotionally Interesting". (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad) Label on clothing found when Mr. Burns' employees are cleaning up the highway. (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson)
    • The New Bedlam Wrongly Committed Hotline
        • Phone line Marge calls when she finds out that Homer is in the mental hospital. (Season 3 episode Stark Raving Dad)
    • Nut House
        • Mental hospital where Homer daydreams about dropping off Abe when he sounds crazy talking about his new job telling a cat and mouse what to do, when he's actually writing scripts for Itchy and Scratchy. (Season 4 episode The Front)
    • Oakwood Sanitarium
        • Mental hospital on the world where creativity is outlawed, where Mallory and Diana get trapped during a riot, also referred to as Oakwood Neural Remapping Institute. "Think Alike" (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • Orchard Grove Behavioral Health Center
        • Asylum in River Park that burned to the ground, killing 58 patients, including Jessica Hyde's father, the creator of Utopia. (Season 1 episode Tuesday's Child)
    • Pennhurst Mental Hospital
        • The nuthouse in Kerley County that the boys mention when trying to figure out where Eleven may have come from. (Season 1 episode Chapter Two: The Weirdo on Maple Street)
    • Port Haven Psychiatric Facility
        • Where Abigail stays after her father (The Minnesota Shrike) tries to kill her in season 1.
    • Prairie Medical Center
        • Psychiatric hospital where future Returnee Tess Doerner spent time from 1948-1951. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1)
    • Rainbow House
        • Mental hospital bus that Vera and her daughter board.
    • Raven Hill Memorial Hospital
        • Psychiatric research hospital where psychologist Dr Ellie Staple specializes in treating patients who believe they are comic book characters.
    • Raymond County State Psychiatric Hospital
        • From the Pilot Episode. Where Billy Miles was hospitilized.
    • Reid Mental Institution
        • Mental institution where Frank spent time as a child, and that later decreed that he does not have "Donkey Brains" (Season 8 episode Reynolds vs. Reynolds: The Cereal Defense) Mental institution that shutdown due to statewide cutbacks. (Season 10 episode Psycho Pete Returns)
    • Riviera Psychiatric Institute
        • Wilson Fisk reviews files Agent Dex / Benjamin Pointdexter's patient files. (Season 3 episode The Perfect Game)
    • Ronald Reagan Hospital for the Mentally Ill
        • The mental hospital Ted Striker spent some time in: "We cure people the old fashioned way"
    • Rutledge Asylum
        • After witnessing the death of her family in a house fire, Alice loses her grip on reality and gets sent to Rutledge Asylum, where she is treated by Dr. Heironymous Wilson.
    • Sage Grove Center Psychiatric Hospital
        • Mental hospital, filmed at the former St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital in Ontario. (Season 2 episode We Gotta Go Now)
    • Sanitarium
        • No more can they keep us in . Listen, damn it, we will win . They see it right, they see it well . But they think this saves us from our hell . . Sanitarium, leave me be . Sanitarium, just leave me alone . Sanitarium, just leave me a.
    • Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute
        • Facility where John Locke's mother Emily Annabeth Locke was admitted, multiple times. (Season 1 episode Deus Ex Machina)
    • Sirian State Mental Hospital
        • Mental hospital. "If you enjoy your ride, which will be swift and pleasurable, then you may care to experience some of the other elevators which have recently been installed in the offices of the Galactic tax department, Boobiloo Baby Foods and the Sirian State Mental Hospital, where many ex-Sirius Cybernetics Corporation executives will be delighted to welcome your visits, sympathy, and happy tales of the outside world."
    • Smith's Grove Sanitarium
        • Institution where Michael Myers is placed following the murder of his sister when he is 6 years old.
        • Mental health facility for the criminally insane near Haddonfield, Illinois.
    • Spotnitz Sanitarium
        • Truck that takes Reggie Something away at the end. (Season 1 episode The Lost Art of Forehead Swear)
    • Springfield asylum
        • Otto's girlfriend Becky drives Marge crazy, and Marge is declared insane and locked up. (Season 11 episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge)
    • St. Claire's Hospital
        • Where Walter Bishop has been for 17 years in pilot episode.
    • St. Mary's Mercy
        • Asylum for the insane, where Lilian lives (a primary?) (Season 2 episode 13)
    • State Institute For Reclamation Of Criminal Types
        • Alex: "What it said underneath my picture was that here was the first graduate from the new State Institute for Reclamation of Criminal Types, cured of his criminal instincts in a fortnight only, now a good law-fearing citizen and all that cal."
    • Summer Hospital
        • Mental institution where Bill is taken for observation.
    • Sunnycrest Asylum
        • Mental hospital where Mothman is shown being taken against his will.
    • Thurlstone Hospital
        • Asylum for the criminally insane where Colonel Caine and Commander Carlsen visit nurse Ellen Donaldson looking for the new host of the female space vampire.
    • Wellbrook Progressive Mental Health Center
        • Where Nolan's brother Morris spent the last two years of his life (Story: Voluntary Committal)
    • Winwood Psychiatric Center
        • It turns out that the Redfield's Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
    • Wishing Well Sanatorium
        • After being released from the Wishing Well Sanatorium, all Gregory reopens the old ice cream factory and processes children into ice cream.
    • Woodhaven Clinic
        • Mental institution / Depression clinic where George's girlfriend checks herself in when George breaks up with her.(Season 3 episode The Truth)

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