San Francisco Officials Announce Plan For Universal Mental Health Care

City leaders in San Francisco on Tuesday morning announced a plan for the first universal mental health care system in the U.S. SF supervisors want voters to decide if everyone who lives in San Francisco should be guaranteed mental health care.

“We are still San Francisco. We have not lost our heart and soul. And we believe that everyone can live with dignity and wellness,” said Supervisor Hillary Ronen at a rally announcing the proposal on the steps of city hall.

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