(DO NOT DONATE MONEY YET, STILL BEING CONSTRUCTED) I recently spent (Discharge paperwork posted) 3 days in a holding cell to be transferred to another place to eventually be evaluated for 3 days. Which I was cleared in the shortest possible amount of time. As this doesn't matter, people spend weeks on end.
I watched people be so depressed and hate themselves so much sitting in these scrubs. This WILL change either way. Sooner or later. Help BE PART of fixing peoples mental health! People in crisis situations to have a simple plain T-shirt and a pair of simple pajama pants. DOES change their whole way of thinking of themselves. MOST don't feel so much loss of self-worth or reality of the pain in all these individuals in 1 place. That are in every SINGLE ONE of our families. YOUR kid, YOUR grand-kid, YOUR mother or father, YOUR grandfather or grandmothers. Your Doctor or your Garbage Man. Not a piece of cloth but socks, no shoes on. This is not my first trip to 1 of these taboo Mental-Health facilities due to unfourtante circumstances. If I hadn't known better and didn't FORCE POLICE to let my own mother get clothes for me. 6 officers to 1 GROWN MAN. I had to PUSH-UP on all of them with my WORDS that it's not right to let anybody go places against their will without letting them have CLOTHES AND BASIC NEEDS. I would had been in throw-away scrubs for 6 days. As they told me "things could be dropped off". Until nothing can be due to Covid-19 now. My purpose now is to give people the feeling of worth of being in real clothes and not paper scrubs. BE A PART OF MONUMENTAL CHANGE TODAY!
100% of donations\contributions will be used for clothes such as Tees and long pants for NJ Mental Health Crisis Centers. As well as any other essential basics for these crucial people that exist in every single 1 of our families. Who are a huge part of our society. Things we take for granted, as these basic needs are essential to these peoples worth in their own minds. Which do not exist in these systems. Starting with those closest to us in NJ. To give others comfort and out of hospital scrubs, to give hope. How can anybody feel like anybody cares, if nobody can drop off anything. Told people care but sitting there for days or weeks in throw-away garments. Give people a feeling of self-worth, people that needs it more than anybody else in our society. Give miles of smiles, give a scope of hope with your contribution..