Originally Posted by dirk digler
The vast majority of mental health organizations depend on state money because of the clientele that we serve. I am sure you know alot of people that are poor and on Medicaid that can afford a $150-200\hr psychiatrist.
My grandmother was one of those. She was poor and very depressed because she lost her eyesight and could no longer work. She wound up hemorraging from their electric schock treatments and died.Why not have places for such people to work where they don't use their eyes so they can have some dignity that work provides and keep up their morale by being productive? Even if they do some work for the state for cheap.
My neighbor to my right, the pharmacist, his daughter graduated with her masters in psychology, found a job and is already frustrated as hell in trying to help some of these people. Frankly, I think when someone pays for the service, at least something, they would do better. JMO
And we do have people breaking down our door that is why even during the recession we had our best years financially.
Great. Then put your hands back in your pockets.
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