Many who are homeless suffer from mental illness. In Sacramento, Sheriff’s deputies let campers know they must pack up and move away from a downtown location. Many worry that using money guaranteed to treatment of mental illness through Proposition 63 will dilute resources for treatment. They urge people to vote no on Proposition 2.
Many who are homeless suffer from mental illness. In Sacramento, Sheriff’s deputies let campers know they must pack up and move away from a downtown location. Many worry that using money guaranteed to treatment of mental illness through Proposition 63 will dilute resources for treatment. They urge people to vote no on Proposition 2. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Many who are homeless suffer from mental illness. In Sacramento, Sheriff’s deputies let campers know they must pack up and move away from a downtown location. Many worry that using money guaranteed to treatment of mental illness through Proposition 63 will dilute resources for treatment. They urge people to vote no on Proposition 2. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Prop 2 promises ‘No place like home,’ but it’s not what it says it is

October 11, 2018 11:45 AM