Mental health funds sought as help falls short

Feb 3, 2013 Read more: The News Tribune

It's nothing new: horror stories about people whose mental illnesses turned them into killers; a safety net that failed to catch them; and now, politicians in Olympia vowing to do something.

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#1 Feb 3, 2013
Why is someone who smoked for over 40 years and gets lung cancer receives the best treatment availables, whereas the family of someone who becomes mentally ill through no fault of their own need to beg and plead for treatment. How would you like to be psychologicaly tortured and ignored?

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