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@9WMG79SAmerican Solidarity from Kansas answered…1mo

Yes, as long as the funding is taken out of the current police budget.

@Aryanna-MartellWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…2mos

Yes, increase research on how mental illnesses present themselves in minorities and women.

@9VJQBWYConstitution from Georgia answered…3mos

The government should not be involved in the healthcare industry at all.

@9VHZM6CPopulist from Montana answered…3mos

No. The federal government should not put tax payers' money into this, since this has been used by CIA to develop brainwashing techniques

@9V5XJFRConstitutionfrom Guam  answered…5mos

Yes, but the funding should be given to psychologists, not pharmaceuticals

@9HFPPXMWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…1yr

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

@Austin-U-(SoapOn…Green from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, our national culture has an unhealthy view on things like introspection and treating your mental health. This has caused so many lives that could've been lived better, if at all. If you want businesses and this country to work their best, the actual people in it have to feel their best. Invest in people.

@9H56Q92Libertarian from New York answered…1yr

@9H4WJX5Republican from Washington answered…1yr

Increase medicare/medicaid rate for mental health professionals to strengthen and retain professionals to decrease shortage

@9H3FJTFVeteran from Florida answered…1yr

@9GXVK3HWorking Family from Kansas answered…1yr

No, I do not trust the government in determining what is a "mental illness" to further a political agenda.

@9G6LY63Working Family from California answered…1yr

Mental health is near impossible to obtain. With the wait time and then the fact that no one wants to prescribe anything anymore is obscene. Mental health needs more attention

@9FV32Z5Constitution from Oklahoma answered…1yr

Yes, but primarily for prison reform, police reform, and in the educational system. Incentivize private companies to address this issue as well, especially for the benefit of the overall population.

@9T2ZR96Peace and Freedomfrom Guam  answered…7mos

Yes, but mainly to improve people's lives as the primary source of care

@9SZW5CQSocialist from Pennsylvania answered…7mos

yeah but abolishing capitalism would do much better in terms of increasing positive mental health outcomes

@9SPYFVCRepublican from Alabama answered…7mos

No. It is not the government's job nor role to be affecting the natural flow of medical research. It is the private sectors.

@9SKT7RSRepublican from Oklahoma answered…7mos

No but should create a program and project to address mental health for Human and Health Services.

@9S4GXHVVeteran from Massachusetts answered…8mos

@9S42ZN8Green from Nebraska answered…8mos

Yes, our mental healthcare system needs more funding to provide a higher quality of care and services, however we need not to thin of this as the solution rather than just treat the symptoms we must also prevent the causes mental health is almost always a purely social phenomenon that can be prevented

@Carter4EverGreen from Pennsylvania answered…9mos

The government should take over the health industry and socialize it.

@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…10mos

there should be no monetary currency system, and mental health research should be a top priority. we should implement mental health awareness into more aspects of society such as education, law, and the overall community.

@9Q9BHX9Republican from Wisconsin answered…11mos

Yes, we should bring back mental health institutions due to a rise of homelessness with severally mentally ill issues.

@9PS3T2LDemocrat from North Dakota answered…12mos

I am unaware if there is a need for research funding but I feel mental health treatment should be 100% covered by insurance plans just like routine preventitive medicine is.

@9PFHFCPLibertarian from Wisconsin answered…12mos

There should be benefits given and provided to companies/organizations providing this service, but there should be a total revamping of the mental health and treatment programs. There is much improvement needed.

@9NRX89FWorking Family from Minnesota answered…12mos

@9M8ZDY6Independent from Virginia answered…12mos

Healthcare is healthcare, regardless of mental or physical and should all be paid for by insurance, or better yet, a one-payer system.

@mic_wazukiConstitution from Tennessee answered…12mos

@9LT9PNDVeteran from Virginia answered…12mos

Yes, but the funding MUST go to private sector, NOT to typical inefficient and wasteful government run programs.

@Jason-KolLibertarian from Utah answered…12mos

@9LHDMBFRepublican from New Jersey answered…12mos

No, redirect funding into major mental issues instead of minor mental issues

@9LDZF4CVeteran from Virginia answered…12mos

No, private companies should seek funding or charitable organizations should focus their money as they see fit.

@9L7CBB2Conservativefrom Montana  answered…12mos

Yes, but take it out of other places and services which don't need it.

@9L3LBMHWorking Family from North Carolina answered…12mos

Yes, especially for women as their bodies are drastically different from men's.

@9KZTXHNWorking Family from Michigan answered…12mos

yes because i suffer from mental issues myself and wanna kill my self

@Matthew-JohnsonVeteran from Colorado answered…12mos

No, but use data to regulate companies that have a hand in creating mental health problems among kids and young adults.

@9JVX4LYConstitution from North Carolina answered…1yr

no, incentivize private companies to deal with it as private industry does better work than government

@9JFHCJPTranshumanist from Texas answered…1yr

@9V4GTJ9Women’s Equality from Virginia answered…5mos

Yes and No, incentivize private companies to address this issue instead 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

@PerkiLlamaWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…5mos

No. Promoting outdoor activities or recreational hobbies like reading and writing are even better.


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