Yay! We’ve got a copy of the July 2008 Eyes & Ears, Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare’s consumer / survivor newsletter.
This 28 PAGE issue includes articles and commentary, such as
- Keep Garlington Center Open! Clients Take the First Steps In Advocating For Themselves
- A letter from Cascadia medica director Maggie Bennington-Davis
- Answers to some frequently asked questions about the Cascadia changes
- Information about the Cascadia Consumer/Survivor Advisory Council
- State Senate Committee Meeting on Mental Health
- Let’s Save Lives & Tax Dollars By Fixing the Mental Health System
- Problems With Multnomah County’s Cascadia Transition Plan
- Come be part of the new City of Portland Human Rights Commission to stop discrimination
- An excellent listing of public meetings, opportunities, classes!
DOWNLOAD & READ – Eyes & Ears for July 2008.
By Steve Henry
I need a number of things.
First I need love.
I need a place to stay.
I need sexual enjoyment.
I need great books to read.
I need correct guidance.
I need a workout gym for the days that I work out.
I need to lose weight.
I need to eat healthier.
I need to sleep a lot of times when I go out so that I don’t get sleepy.
I need the Writing Class to improve my writing and show me how different other people’s writings are different and still good and some very brilliant.
I need more money to buy more things which can help me.