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The Shiloh Treatment Center, near Manvel, is one of 32 Texas facilities licensed to care for migrant children who have been separated from their parents. The facility, where inspectors have found eight recent health and safety violations, has received $25 million in federal payments since 2013.

The Shiloh Treatment Center, near Manvel, is one of 32 Texas facilities licensed to care for migrant children who have been separated from their parents. The facility, where inspectors have found eight recent health and safety violations, has received $25 million in federal payments since 2013.

Credit: Pu Ying Huang for The Texas Tribune

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From the article: Judge Orders Government to Release Immigrant Children from Shiloh Shelter

The Shiloh Treatment Center, near Manvel, is one of 32 Texas facilities licensed to care for migrant children who have been separated from their parents. The facility, where inspectors have found eight recent health and safety violations, has received $25 million in federal payments since 2013.

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