Issue #1
The United States is stuck in a debt crisis that jeopardizes our long-term economic health, as well as our ability to compete and grow as a country. The federal government spends more money than it receives, leading in large budget deficits and unsustainable debt levels.
Our Solution
More funding should go to programs like ours that have a long-term impact, are cost-effective, and promote mental health wellness in local communities where people lack the financial or physical resources to travel significant distances. A safe space where people can be themselves while interacting with others who share their perspectives.

Issue #2
Our public school system faces numerous issues in terms of funding and providing a more comprehensive, affordable, and accessible education.

Our Solution
The money should go toward improving the educational system. By reaching their full potential and choosing the best path for them, children, teenagers, and young adults can benefit from funding for creative art programs and other site-based activities. As part of the educational mandate for its curriculum, mental health and essential lifestyle programs should be provided.
Issue #3
The United States' healthcare system is having challenges providing high-quality care to society's members. Most people have concerns about accessing affordable and high-quality healthcare in all communities.

Our Solution
More funding for organizations like Creatively, WE release, which provides affordable programs with long-term health benefits, should be made available.

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