TULSA, Okla. — A Tulsa grandmother is preventing for enhancements to the State of Oklahoma’s psychological well being response after her grandson’s dying.
Debra Chastain wrote a letter to Gov. Kevin Stit sharing her grandson’s battle with psychological sickness.
Chastain says she felt like Justus had no place to go.
He had been out and in of rehabilitation amenities however Chastain says he really wanted assist as a consequence of psychological points all through his life that led to him residing on the streets.
She says there must be extra long-term amenities for these combating psychological sickness.
The Nationwide Alliance on Psychological Sickness is preventing for change too.
A NAMI mom says change is occurring.
She says increasingly individuals are changing into conscious that psychological sickness is a matter and companies are being skilled on the way to assist with mentally ailing sufferers.