The dirty little secret in the medical community is the fact that the DSM and other manuals that claim that illnesses like manic depression (to name but one) are authentic have little to back up such claims. There is no test that can be done to prove that these supposed chemicals are making the changes which we are told is happening. It is all guesswork, often a ploy to get as many drugs sold to as many people as humanly possible. Unfortunately, the pills also can damage the organs of their body.
These medicals myths, masquerading as real problems, are also used to remove people from certain posts, too. That has been the plan of Democrats who wish to put forth that President Donald Trump is unfit for office because they lost an election and can’t deal with it (even with pills). The U.S. leader, though having his sanity questioned by the left, is focussing on real mental health issues and has signed a “bill to help law enforcement deal with mental health problems has been signed by President Donald Trump,” according to WANE News.
Proving that both sides of our divided American can work together when they try, the bill was “authored by Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) and Sen. Todd Young (R-Indiana)” and is called the “Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act.” The Senate has just signed the bill and the House already did in November.
It is reported that this law shall “make grants available to initiate peer mentoring pilot programs.” This is a vital part of curing mental illness (or at least halting its effects) that has nothing to do with pills, prescriptions, or medical manuals. Sometimes, just having someone there is enough to make all of the needed difference.
It is also said that this new law will “direct the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services to develop resources for mental health providers based on the specific mental health challenges faced by law enforcement.” While some will say that the government has no business meddling in such affairs, since law enforcement is coming into contact with sufferers – or may be sufferers themselves- this could save lives. Therefore, it falls within the framework of the government’s role, at least to some degree.
Plans are to also study “the effectiveness of crisis hotlines and annual mental health checks.”
“I think it can help our police officers. the men and women in blue, brown or green when they have mental health challenges that there will be somebody to talk too,” said Senator Donnelly. “This legislation will make sure that our officers can be able to be part of a peer program basically where other Fort Wayne officers can help them and other Allen county officers can help them.”
This law also works to “direct the Departments of Defense, Justice, and Veterans Affairs to confer about existing DoD and VA mental health practices and services” about which new practices can be incorporated into the picture which may help in regards to mental health issues.
This is what a real leader does and Mr. Trump has proven that the most effective means known are to be used to combat the growing problems that we all face.
This new law “had the support of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Fraternal Order of Police, the National Association of Police Officers, the Major County Sheriffs of Americ, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, the National District Attorneys Association, and the Sergeants Benevolent Association,” so no one can dare say that it was not done without consulting anyone.
Anyone saying that would be crazy.
Source: WANE News