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Homeo users adopt man to avert homelessness?
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February 1, 2013
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Martha Latimer
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There is a man, in his early 50s, here in Pennsylvania in the USA, that has been trying to get well with homeo for many years, except that his personal history as a former psychiatric patient, coupled with the insensitivity and arrogance of members of his family and community, have prevented him from connecting with people that can help him.

It's impractical for him to just go to, or have someone take him to, a professional; it's largely because of the efforts of other professionals (mostly pharmacentric, but a few that actually have some homeo training) that he's in the condition he's in today. It doesn't help that he's also been forced into Medicaid (public health service) where he currently lives, which in America is largely outsourced to rather-insensitive private insurance firms that can't/won't understand homeo.

It would make more sense for users of homeo, specificallly those that have enjoyed true success with it, having overcome the need for other health approaches, to get involved with him and bring him back to being a productive person. They would have to live in the USA, specifically the northeast, and would naturally speak English.

It doesn't help to post this in the regular homeo forums, as there's no sure way to ascertain all of his symptoms without making him angry and possibly even violent. Yet, if he doesn't do something about his situation soon, his family and community will expect him to become itinerant and homeless, something no one ever should be anywhere.

If you'd rather contact him directly, go to this site to find out how, but please, don't tell him (again) about having to go to, and pay, a professional; I don't care if that's the ethical thing to do. The only ethics he's worried with, are his own, and they involve saving his money, as he was taught to do at a very young age.

Thanks for any help you can provide.

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