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  1. Arnold Anderson from Canada writes: Mental health rescources are desperately thin in smaller communitys in Ontario. Psychologists are not covered by OHIP making their services out of reach for most and the few Psychiatrists available make itvery difficult to gain assistance. The term , you need to get help" is pretty useless when help can be so very difficult to get. In my experience one must be suicidal or violent to get into treatment. A sad state of affairs, the cost to society is enormous, to give billions to big business and restrict health services is a crime in my view.

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