Bobbi Kristina Brown has moved from Emory University Hospital in Georgia, where she has been getting treatment for almost two months now, to a nearby Atlanta rehabilitation center, according to NBC News.
The details regarding the move, including when it took place and the exact name of the facility, have not been disclosed; however, the report states that Brown's condition remains the same.
The last major update on Bobbi Kristina's health status came in late February when E! News learned that the Brown family was in the process of taking Whitney Houston's daughter out of a medically induced coma, but found that she reportedly started having seizures as soon as doctors tried taking her off various medications.
As a result, doctors were forced to put the 22-year-old back on the drugs.
Bobbi Kristina was first hospitalized on Jan. 31 after being found face down and unconscious in a bathtub at her Georgia home.
Her partner Nick Gordon, who has been publicly feuding with Bobbi Kristina's father Bobby Brown and was present in the home when Bobbi Kristina was found, has checked into a rehab facility following a number of suicidal tweets and an intervention by Dr. Phil McGraw.
While the future of her condition remains uncertain, Bobby Brown remains hopeful that good things are coming.
"We continue to request privacy in regards to my daughter's medical condition," he previously said in a statement to E! News. "We thank everyone that supports Bobbi Kristina and God is hearing our prayers."