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City of Eugene Police and Mental Health

The City of Eugene, like many cities, is re-examining the role of police in responding to individuals who are considered to be in a mental health crisis. Depending on whether or not principles of empowerment and self-determination and humane alternatives are included, such re-examinations could be beneficial or harmful.

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Testimony by David Oaks, Director of MindFreedom International, to the City of Eugene Mental Health Crisis Response Committee during their Consumer/Survivor Panel Presentation on 20 June 2007.
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You may download a PDF version of the testimony by David Oaks, Director of MFI, to the City of Eugene Mental Health Crisis Response Committee on 20 June 2007.
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Leah Harris

Leah Harris, a second generation psychiatric survivor, discovered MindFreedom in 2000 when she was 25 years old. Her first act in the mad movement was to tell her story of oppression and resistance, and to help edit stories for MindFreedom's Oral History Project. Since then, she has been working in various ways to help achieve the vision of MindFreedom: an end to all forms of psychiatric oppression, healing of all forms of "normality," and the creation of vibrant, colorful communities that honor and celebrate diversity, difference, and the full range of human experience.
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