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Mental Health in Las Vegas

As a provider of Mental Health Services, we find it very hard to stay in business. I will start this by stating that providers need a raise. Even more we need like everyone does affordable space to conduct business in. Have you ever wondered why most mental health providers are on the east side of Las Vegas?


As a for profit company that supports a family of five due to inflation it is making it hard to stay in business. We compete against non-profits that get government help. They can afford to offer insurance benefits to employees because their rent is subsidized by grants. Discounts on rent and everything else that comes with being a non-profit. We are not against non-profits we started one. www.wheatleydeforgefoundation.org


This is my attempt at advocating for better mental healthcare in America and most important our community in Las Vegas, Nevada. I am asking you to advocate for us. Call your elected officials and ask them to see us, hear us, and do something for small Mental Health businesses like ours that support our small family of five.


Susie Lee U.S. Representative 365 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, DC 20515 (202) 225-3252


Catherine Cortez Masto U.S. Senator 313 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, DC20510 (202) 224-3542


Jacky Rosen U.S. Senator 144 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington, DC20510 (202) 224-6244


Joe Lombardo Governor of Nevada

Carson City State Capitol Building 101 N. Carson Street Carson City, NV 89701 Phone: (775) 684-5670


Las Vegas Grant Sawyer State Office Building 555 East Washington Ave, Suite 5100 Las Vegas, NV 89101 Phone: (702) 486-2500


Aaron Ford NV State Attorney General

100 North Carson Street

Carson City, NV89701 (775) 684-1100




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