Challenging the Status Quo on Mental Health and Chemical Dependency forced “treatment.” Please join us in having an important conversation about forced treatment for mental health and addiction.
Entheo seeks to partner with social justice organizations to foster an alliance in addressing the desperate cry for societal solutions to our statewide mental health/chemical dependency crisis.
Entheo is building a community of survivors of the failed 12-step system enforced through the courts and through Ricky’s Law and Civil Commitments in Washington State. This kind of forced ineffective treatment does not consider a person’s right to have authority over their own healing when it comes to the revolving door of civil commitments on the most-vulnerable, who would benefit from more holistic care.
The evolving door of failed treatment modalities forced on the most vulnerable is a conversation which must change. Yasmeen Waheed, Claire Sundstrom, and Timothy Clemans lead our committee for alternative solutions to civil commitments and forced treatment for mental health and chemical dependency.
This committee is working on advocacy for the mentally ill/chemically dependent population regarding their needs/wants. The goal is to create a pathway forward for funding a hospital-type setting for holistic medicine, including medical psilocybin (similar to what was passed in Oregon, through measure 109).
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