Plans have been in the works to open a new detox center in Taos County since Tri-County Community Services shut down the old one on Weimer Road in 2015, but roadblocks have so far come up at every turn.

Still, town and county government officials, along with the local behavioral health agency that won an RFP to reopen detox services, still all say it's only a matter of time before the new center opens.

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