Arizona has 29 high-level inpatient psychiatric beds per 100,000 people.
The nonprofit Virginia-based Treatment Advocacy Center says when it comes to beds for the public health system, Arizona's psychiatric bed-per-population rate is just 5.9 per 100,000 people - the second-worst rate in the country.
State officials say the bed numbers here are consistent with a philosophy of the least restrictive environment, which means keeping patients in an outpatient setting wherever possible.
Acute level psychiatric beds in Pima County
Sonora Behavioral Health
University Physicians Healthcare Hospital at Kino (New construction should boost that to 77 by August)
University Medical Center
St. Joseph's Carondelet
St. Mary's Carondelet
Tucson Medical Center
Pima County total (adults and adolescents/children)
Current statewide total (adults and adolscents/children)