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Shelene Marie Mulford: Thanks, Nevada County

Thank you for giving this opportunity to express my love for the County of Nevada, the approach of community outreach for mental health services and early detection and prevention services in general.

Also my deepest concerns with every beat of my heart in aiding resources like Victor Community Services, the Spirit Peer Empowerment Center, Hospitality House and the new Streicher house, Health and Human Services and 211 for direction to these resources. I have firsthand experience in the hurt associated with the stigmas that surround the mentally ill “a lot of which resides in the patient suffering in the disease.” I greatly appreciate the understanding of those affiliated with Placer and Nevada counties to vote to increase awareness in our protection and assistance.

Thank you to Nevada County children’s system of care for taking such wonderful care of our family as a whole. My youngest daughter is highly excelled and has been awarded the presidential award for academic excellence; she also recently has met all of the senators and will be applying for Cal Poly.



Shelene Marie Mulford

Nevada County


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