You can report psychiatric fraud and crimes to the appropriate authorities. You can help a family member, friend or acquaintance who is being subjected to forced drugging, emotionally or physically violent treatment, sexual assault or any of the other forms of abuse which have become commonplace in the psychiatric industry.
The following is a list of things an individual can do and whom to notify:
If you have knowledge of a crime by a psychiatrist or mental health professional, report full details immediately to your local police, sheriff or district attorneys office.
In cases of billing or insurance fraud, provide details to the district attorney, to the nearest office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, or to the closest Medicare/Medicaid Fraud Unit of the U.S. Justice Department. You can also report such instances to:
U.S. Department of Justice Fraud Section, 1400 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20530
Send copies of your report to Freedom Magazine and to:
Citizens Commission on Human Rights International,
Write to your congressman and senators and urge the following:
1) That government funding to psychiatric research entities such as the National Institute of Mental Health be eliminated.
2) That government funding for psychiatric and psychological research, studies and surveys being carried out in schools and prisons be stopped.
3) That psychiatric centers and programs be removed from the community and that government funding for these programs be halted.
4) That funding only be channeled to provenly workable programs that are held accountable for measurable, useful results.
The Honorable _______________ U.S. Senate Washington, DC 20510
The Honorable _______________ U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515
For the names of your elected representatives, call (202) 224-3121.
t is not enough to simply be aware of waste, fraud and crime. It is up to everyone to do something about it.
Write to the Citizens Commission on Human Rights: