Improve the Equity and Quality of Supportive Housing for the Mentally Ill

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clarissa crader
May 17, 2021
Im a parent of a son whos diagnosed Schizoaffective

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B I Rivera
Feb 15, 2021
Its sorely needed and way overdue. Help the vulnerable

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april katz
Feb 15, 2021
I signed because my 32 year old son needs to achieve some independence by having his own clean and safe place.

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Mary Ross
1 year ago
I'm signing this in support of the advocates who know the very significant challenges of persons diagnosed with SMI.

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Pat Morgan
1 year ago
I'm signing because what has happened and is still happening to homeless, mentally ill people is a disgrace.

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Stephanie Leeper
1 year ago
Those deserve better and we can do better as a society.

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Adles Reyes
1 year ago
My son was diagnosed with bipolar a year ago his 25 years old. He is out in the streets homeless in California. I leave in Texas. Is been extremely hard to get him off the streets when he does not believe his ill. We need more supported housing and efficient care.

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laurie seeman
1 year ago
Because 1 in 5 Americans struggle with mental health. https://www.nami.org/nami/media/nami-media/infographics/generalmhfacts.pdf
My son is one. I know that supported housing changes lives. It’s cost effective in the way it helps to provide stabilizing conditions for sensitive people and prevents a lot of unnecessary crisis intervention. Let’s make America more stabile too, by caring, providing homes, while creating a health care system plan that reduces crisis costs. Thank you.

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Susan Fisherman
1 year ago
This is such an important issue for a grossly underserved community.

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Vicki Hardin
1 year ago
Vicki Hardin