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Jim Parker 
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Re: “Why does the N.C. Senate want to cut funding for mental health organizations?

As with many states that have cut their mental health budgets it is because it is the easiest to cut with the least amount of opposition.Most people that do not need the help could care less about funding it.Yet when they begin seeing these people homeless,walking the streets and being seen these same people wonder why there is no help or them or call the police and complain.
These states that have cut their funding to mental health problems have created their own problems by doing so.If you recall many of the individuals that have committed the mass killings in this country were found to have had mental problems prior too committing the crime.These states need to ask if the help was there would the individual have sought it out?? Would it have helped ?? we wont know because most committed suicide afterwards.
Many states,politicians and people create their own problems and this is just another form of it.If they continue to ignore the problem it will not go away and yes it will get worst !!!

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Posted by Jim Parker on 08/26/2015 at 3:50 PM

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