In June 2018, the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) will open a new 22-bed residential opioid addiction treatment program at Richmond State Hospital (RSH). The unit will be operated by the FSSA Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA); the services will be available to the general public and to Medicaid beneficiaries, both those in fee-for-service or enrolled in a Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) Medicaid managed care organization (MCO). FSSA anticipates that up to 300 people per year can be served through the RSH addiction treatment unit. The average length of stay is projected to . . .