Parsons Rehabilitation Center is a psychiatric rehabilitation facility for 51-50 patients. The patients referred to this center are primarily non-violent individuals that have been determined as unsafe for themselves and/or others.
Parsons Rehabilitation Center is located in an otherwise undeveloped area along Marlowe Drive. The property itself is located in an isolated area atop a mountain.
The center's grounds consist of a central housing area, doctors' offices, tennis courts, a grassy area for yoga, and a swimming pool. There are also numerous areas designated for ongoing treatment, including an art therapy area, and a whiteboard outlining the "Four Steps to Recovery."
Patients can be held on a three-day temporary hold, or indefinitely. After an evaluation, only an authorized psychologist or a judge can determine if the patient will be released, or remain in the center for further treatment.
If a patient attempts to escape or stray too far from the grounds, the facility's orderlies safely escort bring the patient back.
- There are a collection of "lifers" who live permanently in the Parsons facility.
- Pixie Plum is the longest standing member of Parsons Employees and has helped the centre to re-open after months of being dormant.