Did I mention in my last blog it’s an election year? While all of our so-called leaders argue about virus treatment and blame each other for all the problems in our country, it appears Americans are about to send one very clear message to them. GET SERIOUS ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESS AND ADDICTION! It’s not only … Continue reading How important is mental illness and addiction to Americans?
So the Supreme Court refused to hear a ruling from the 9th circuit that says people sleeping on a sidewalk is legal if housing is not available. I take this with a mixed bag for the homeless, government and business owners. If the homeless truly have no where to go like a shelter or other … Continue reading Homeless need to take sidewalk ruling out of slums and affect those who will really freak out.
There is never a time where reaching out to help those in distress wouldn’t be of help. There are millions of people in either physical or emotional distress who need support. I took my first step to help in my community today. There was no big appifany, just felt a call to service and attended … Continue reading Why a call to service may help heal you.
Last week, the blog focused on how the system has failed our children when it comes to mental health care. This week, let’s look at the other side of the age spectrum. Tuesday, we honored our veterans who gave so much to out nation. The question should really be; are we giving enough back to … Continue reading Is congress about to give hurting veterans the help they deserve?
Do the homeless have the right to sleep on the streets? Where do their rights end and business owners and the rights of citizens to have safe, clean streets begin? How can this problem be solved when there are not enough places to house them, not enough programs to detox drug addicts and or help … Continue reading Phoenix, Las Vegas and Austin fighting back against homeless.