Mental Health Care: How to Make a Utopia Our Reality

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The World Health Organization outlines access to quality health care as a human right, and that includes mental health care.

She asked me to “think about how hard it is to make a friend as an adult, but this is a professional person you pay and you need to tell them all the worst parts of yourself… and respect what they say back to you. The chances of that happening… is like harder than finding a significant other.”

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Mariah is a writer and journalist based in California. She is interested in exploring the intersection of politics, culture, and data.

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Mariah Nibert

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Mariah is a writer and journalist based in California. She is interested in exploring the intersection of politics, culture, and data.

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