Melissa Melendez has voted to increase funding for mental health screening and drug treatment programs so that local communicates can combat the homelessness epidemic.

She will continue to fight to make sure that taxpayer dollars are used for the right purposes and that every community can protect itself from the symptoms of drug abuse and lack of mental health assistance.

Every California community has been affected by the high cost of living and ever-increasing number of homeless sleeping on our streets and sidewalks.

Californians have voted time and time again for increased funding to help those in need.

Special interests in Sacramento and in many big cities have hijacked these tax payer dollars to pay “friendly” vendors and are not helping those that need it most.


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