Thank you for this short article. There are many times ive wanted to make a comment but haven’t but i felt i had to here because this is exactly how i became part of the mental health industry. I couldn’t pay my rent because i had such high student loan payments and i couldn’t do both. I couldn’t find an apartment where i could bring my little dog and afford rent and pay interest and penalties because i was behind on my payments because i had to care for my mother who had undiagnosed cancer but was not well. The only people who offered me help were mental health workers but i had to have a mental health diagnosis namely depression but how can you be homeless and be somewhat worried and unhappy to a certain extent. When i saw a psychiatrist which was required i was immediately within 10 minutes probably more like 5 prescribed an antidepressant remeron which i had to take and then began prescriptions of one drug after another including antipsychotics mood stabilizers etc. All these drugs made it less likely that i could solve my economic difficulties. After 9 weeks i found an apartment but at what price. Disability poverty and a life full of psychiatric appointments.Of course my student loans never got repaid nor was i able to complete my education and finish getting my phd which was what i dreamed of doing.