Immokalee Homeless

Hidden In Plain Sight

Susanna Rodriguez, 54, packs up her new tent and hygiene kit on her bike during the annual homeless count by The Hunger & Homeless Coalition of Collier County at Guadalupe Social Services in Immokalee on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. Rodriguez’s home was destroyed in Hurricane Irma last year and she is now homeless. (Photo: Dorothy Edwards/Naples Daily News)
NAPLES DAILY NEWS: Leland Thomas Jr. is industrious. He’s got a boom box strapped in the basket of his Panama Jack bicycle. A travel coffee thermos fits snugly in a cup holder attached to the handlebars.He has no concerns navigating […]

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Fight for the future of mental health care

Senators are back from July 4th recess, where they heard from advocates like you about the harmful consequences of the Senate health reform bill (the Better Care Reconciliation Act).

Thank you for speaking up, but the fight is not over. The future of mental health coverage is being decided right now.

Currently, 1 in 5 Americans live with a mental illness, but only half get needed treatment. This bill will make it even harder for people to get psychiatric medications, case management and mental health services.

If this bill passes, millions of Americans will lose coverage for mental health care.

Senators need to […]

By |July 12th, 2017|Archives|Comments Off on Fight for the future of mental health care|