Keep Mental Health Homes and Beds Open in Fraser Health - Sign this Petition!

Reasons for signing

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Richard Krahn
5 years ago
I had /have a relative there. Who really benefits from this program and place.

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Sue Woodage
5 years ago
I agree with the petition completely.

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Beverley Busse
6 years ago
We have too few housing options for people with mental health issues already - don't close this one too!

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Leigh Carter
6 years ago
Facilities to treat seriously mentally ill have all but disappeared in BC. Thinking that families and "the community" can do it all is flawed.

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Paul Hurley
6 years ago
we can no longer ignore and blindly suppor the shameful, indignant and reckless practices of those that are charged with looking out for our best interests. These human beings and the affliction they're suffering from need a strong voice of support and critical awareness respectively. It's time we get it right!

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Katryna Koenig
6 years ago
My cousin has lived there for 20 years, this is his community!! I am a professional in therapeutic recreation and this space has purpose for many people! I hope there is a well thought out plan if it cannot remain open.

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Andra Holzapfel
6 years ago
We use the court system to take care of our most vulnerable people instead of making a safe place for them. We are in desperate need of more homes. How could we ever consider closing one.

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Thomas Brown
6 years ago
We can't take any more cuts to health care. There's too little care in health care right now.

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Cheryl McAmmond
6 years ago
It affects the community and the ones I love the most,my family.

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Marlene Thoms
6 years ago
Families need more choices not fewer for a residence for their loved ones.