Hiking to Pass S.426

August 3rd, 2015 Posted by Advocacy, Media 1 thought on “Hiking to Pass S.426”

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Starting April 6th, 2015, Paton Blough is committing to hike to summit of Table Rock state park every day until the S.426, The Mental Health Court Program Act successfully passes through the SC House and is signed into law by Governor Haley. acheter newbalance That’s correct—Paton will be hiking around 2,000 vertical feet every day until South Carolina passes the Mental Health Court Program Act. new balance Homme pas cher Paton’s commitment embodies the steep climb that mental health legislation in the state has taken, as well as presenting the challenges to come. Chaussures Homme New Balance How many trips to the top of Table Rock will it take for the SC legislature to pass this crucial bill for mental health reform in South Carolina? The Mental Health Court Program Act will help save lives and money in SC, and is worth the cost of this kind of commitment. new balance 2018 If you would be interested in hiking with Paton, please call him (864.444.4409) or email him. newbalance 2018 You’re welcome to join Paton on one of his morning hikes to the summit of Table Rock! We hope that this is just the beginning of mental health reform in SC—we expect much more in the future! You can also follow Paton on this journey on Twitter at #hikepatonhike! You can also help out by contacting your local House Representative to inform them and ask them to support bill S.426, The Mental Health Court Program Act. new balance pas cher You can find your local House Representative by clicking here.

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