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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, our mental healthcare system needs more funding to provide a higher quality of care and services

@97SND5C  from Ohio commented…3mos

Yes, our mental healthcare system needs more funding to provide a higher quality of care and services

I am a grandmother of 2 boy's now 13 and 15 wow this has been a roller coaster ride they both have had to have mental health help and the 13 year old has been thrown under the bus with so many meds that helped and did not help I have learned so much about mental health I have had to kick and scream for my 13 year old and will until my last breath. This is just a tip of the ice burg. Every day is a new lesson.

 @lemans3427Republican from California asked…3mos

Did their mental health decline during the COVID lockdowns?

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

Yes, but only increase funding for personalized care instead of subsidizing pharmaceutical companies

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

@98ZKKPM from California answered…6hrs

@98ZJPNK from California answered…7hrs

@98XNN2X from New York answered…3 days

Mental Health is mental half of the kids with ADHD including myself just need to grow up and take responsibility.

@98VGZGWCommunist from Oregon answered…1wk

@98V8MRHfrom Maine  answered…1wk

Yes, if they're not funding forced treatment and harmful medications. They also should stop diagnosing things that aren't mental illnesses like ODD. I'm an anarchist and I might be considered mentally ill because of my beliefs.

@98TM5LS from Virginia answered…1wk

Yes. By 100000%. We need far more mental health services and this should be one of our number 1 priorities.

@98SQB2V from Florida answered…2wks

Mental health services should be easily accessible and covered by insurance at an affordable rate.

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…2wks

No, the government should only incentivize and prevent cutthroat capitalism.

@98P5H33 from Texas answered…3wks

Yes, I am against healthcare for all but mental health is so misunderstood and unknown that I am almost for it for that aspect. I believe it is a national crisis and emergency.

@98KXW2N from Ohio answered…4wks

@98HS4HC from Nebraska answered…1mo

Yes, our mental healthcare system needs more funding to provide a higher quality of care and services but only increase funding for personalized care instead of subsidizing pharmaceutical companies

@98HLQDD from Florida answered…1mo

@98H8MND from Colorado answered…1mo

Fund more research and figure out what causes more of the mental health problems. What if lots of the mental health problems are also part of a societal change?

@7BF3XPN from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

@98GKJN7 from New York answered…1mo

No, because the fastest cure for many mental health conditions is alcohol. My prescription had to increase to isopropyl alcohol.

@98GG9GX from Kentucky answered…1mo

Yes, by nationalizing mental health care and researching psychedelics

@98G3Y8Zfrom Texas  answered…1mo

@98DS7W8 from Illinois answered…2mos

No, this should be dealt with sate by state and held to a minimum certain standard created by the government

@98CWT8M from Connecticut answered…2mos

Yes, helping mental health will improve our economy and military in the long run

@988B8YMRepublican from West Virginia answered…2mos

Yes, but drastically decrease the expenses for patients, not just for mental health.

@9889YFG from Tennessee answered…2mos

no alot of these problems were not a problem a 10 years ago people are just making stuff up

@9876KJX from California answered…2mos

Depression should not be funded, but other mental illnesses should be funded.

@985J4D9 from Georgia answered…2mos

@984SJNR from Kentucky answered…2mos

@984CFC2 from Oregon answered…2mos

Yes, but it should only increase funding for preventing mental health issues.

@983C9KVConstitution from Ohio answered…2mos

No, it should be more taken responsibility from private companies, but the government shouldn't be incentivizing them.

@97YZNGB from Texas answered…2mos

The government is using the data during polling and it's a social engineering experiment.

@97YLKYD from Iowa answered…2mos

I think that there should be more research done on mental health and more going into it, but should not spend a lot of money on it

@97X9P6H from Maryland answered…3mos

Yes, and ban SSRIs which have been shown to cause suicidal and homicidal ideations

@97WG697Independent from North Carolina answered…3mos

yes; and, the government should address what areas need to be improved so that the well being of the citizens are improved.

@97WG3HQ from Texas answered…3mos

Yes, so long as the total amount spent on healthcare as a whole does not exceed 20% of total government spending, excluding social security spending; and does not require deficit spending

@97WB56S from South Dakota answered…3mos

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