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MindFreedom Oregon E-News

Get occasional public alerts about activity throughout Oregon for human right and alternatives in the mental health system.

This free public alert list activate interested people throughout Oregon about actions for human rights and alternatives in the mental health system.

All are welcome. You may sign up for the MindFreedom Oregon E-News announcements whether or not you are a MindFreedom member.

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Over the years, this alert system has resulted in dozens of successful actions to win human rights campaigns.

You may view an archive of MindFreedom Oregon E-News alerts from the last few years by month.

Your e-mail in-box will not get swamped by MindFreedom Oregon News. Except during emergencies this is an occasional one-way announcement list only, with no discussion. The e-mail addreses are kept absolutely private and are never shared.

Please note this is MindFreedom's free e-mail list for the public. If you join MindFreedom as a member, you can choose from more than a dozen member-only e-mail lists on a variety of subjects... as well as build strength in numbers, receive MindFreedom Journal, get a discount on the Mad Market, and more.

Once you join MindFreedom as a member, please go the "For MFI Members" folder to find out about member-only lists, including a discussion "talk" list about MindFreedom Oregon activities.

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Lynne Salvi, psychiatric survivor

Lynne M. Salvi [1963 - 2011] was an activist with MindFreedom Lane County. She experienced 24 years of human rights violations in the mental health system. Lynne said, "Since finding MindFreedom and becoming a member, my life changed dramatically. I found many people who understand through experience without words. MindFreedom feels like a reunion of family I never knew before. This connection and encouragement give me the courage to speak out. I am grateful to find myself using those painful experiences to help others. Today I am medication-free and psychiatrist-free for the first time." See "Related Content" below for writing by Lynne.
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