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Threatened state parks could help solve a problem 

San Luis Obispo

Since we have so many homeless people in our state who need a place to live and sleep, why not open to them the state parks that are due to be shut down? It’s a huge shame to close these parks and watch them decay, when they would be such a blessing to so many of homeless neighbors. And it wouldn’t take much.

We owe this to our fellow men and women who are homeless (many through no fault of their own), who are merely victims of the state of the economy.

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How do you feel about the availability of mental health services in SLO County? 

  • There is not enough access, and there needs to be more.
  • There is access but only for those with a lot of money.
  • Most people should be able to afford it if they knew how to find it.
  • People need to learn to get over their issues themselves.

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