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Paralyzed and homeless in Ontario: my daily journal of survival
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11-19-2019 05:39 PM

 




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11-19-2019 06:46 PM

 




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RE: Paralyzed and homeless in Ontario: my daily journal of survival
engineering  Wrote: (01-22-2018 04:15 PM)
justjoe  Wrote: (01-22-2018 04:12 PM)
I went to a dr to try and get help he said someone would call then left the room, nobody did. Seems a person 'me' born in Ontario Canada gets shafted where as an immigrant gets anything and everything they want
1dunno1 I hope Google picks up this thread and somebody let's Kathleen Wynne/ Ontario premier know that the doctors she so highly talks/flaunts about in the news are nothing yes Sayers but only for immigrants and not for Canadians

Can't you just go to the hospital & tell them you need assistance?
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11-19-2019 07:37 PM

 




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engineering  Wrote: (01-22-2018 04:15 PM)
Can't you just go to the hospital & tell them you need assistance?

no, he will need togo into the hospital's ERr !,and immediately/politely go up to the window to sign in and be noticed and accepted, then go sit-down among the other hundreds of people. Maybe get some one to buy you a can of orange juice out of the machine. Nothing else. Vit." C" (orange juice) is a form of medication and super load of calories..
If you are still there after 8 hours, the staff thinks you are just another dirty bum trying to get in out of the cold. So you may have to slash your wrist to let blood run on the floor so that the wetmop, clean-up man gets you in. Hospital staff doesnot want anyone slipping on blood and suing them.
Good luck, Bubba, plead depression; drop your head and take a nap.
good night.
Anon
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no, he will need togo into the hospital's ERr !,and immediately/politely go up to the window to sign in and be noticed and accepted, then go sit-down among the other hundreds of people. Maybe get some one to buy you a can of orange juice out of the machine. Nothing else. Vit." C" (orange juice) is a form of medication and super load of calories..
If you are still there after 8 hours, the staff thinks you are just another dirty bum trying to get in out of the cold. So you may have to slash your wrist to let blood run on the floor so that the wetmop, clean-up man gets you in. Hospital staff doesnot want anyone slipping on blood and suing them.
Good luck, Bubba, plead depression; drop your head and take a nap.
good night.
Anon
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11-19-2019 08:40 PM

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-19-2019 07:41 PM)
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no, he will need togo into the hospital's ERr !,and immediately/politely go up to the window to sign in and be noticed and accepted, then go sit-down among the other hundreds of people. Maybe get some one to buy you a can of orange juice out of the machine. Nothing else. Vit." C" (orange juice) is a form of medication and super load of calories..
If you are still there after 8 hours, the staff thinks you are just another dirty bum trying to get in out of the cold. So you may have to slash your wrist to let blood run on the floor so that the wetmop, clean-up man gets you in. Hospital staff doesnot want anyone slipping on blood and suing them.
Good luck, Bubba, plead depression; drop your head and take a nap.
good night.
Anon
Couple years ago I went to the local hospital , was there looking/ hoping for some kind of help , sat waiting for couple hours and when finally got to see/ speak with a dr he walked into examination room looked at me and said'whhicat are you hear for, money? Then turned walked out of room. I was then given a bus token and showed the door 'no lie so after that decided to suck it up and deal with m
with my depression without big pharma help and I have. Interesting thing here is years ago local news showed government officials bragging on how they're helping the disabled and homeless telling how much $$had beenninvested and just the other day it came out that they blew $81 million on absolutely nothing and the $ is nowhere to be found so... But I do appreciate your advice and time to reply


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11-19-2019 08:47 PM

 




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Set up a paypal.
I think LoP can send ya something.
send the info on this thread as soon as you do it
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Have you tried the Salvation Army? Maybe this was asked 100 times before. I don't know. They are supposed to do what their name says.

Not sure what is open all night/day where you can stay without being sent out.

Maybe a church will offer you to sleep on their floor?

Anon

I came. I saw. I Concorde.
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justjoe  Wrote: (11-19-2019 08:40 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-19-2019 07:41 PM)
Couple years ago I went to the local hospital , was there looking/ hoping for some kind of help , sat waiting for couple hours and when finally got to see/ speak with a dr he walked into examination room looked at me and said'whhicat are you hear for, money? Then turned walked out of room. I was then given a bus token and showed the door 'no lie so after that decided to suck it up and deal with m
with my depression without big pharma help and I have. Interesting thing here is years ago local news showed government officials bragging on how they're helping the disabled and homeless telling how much $$had beenninvested and just the other day it came out that they blew $81 million on absolutely nothing and the $ is nowhere to be found so... But I do appreciate your advice and time to reply


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you should have said 'what are you here for? money? when he walked in the door.
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RE: Paralyzed and homeless in Ontario: my daily journal of survival
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-19-2019 11:26 PM)
justjoe  Wrote: (11-19-2019 08:40 PM)
Couple years ago I went to the local hospital , was there looking/ hoping for some kind of help , sat waiting for couple hours and when finally got to see/ speak with a dr he walked into examination room looked at me and said'whhicat are you hear for, money? Then turned walked out of room. I was then given a bus token and showed the door 'no lie so after that decided to suck it up and deal with m
with my depression without big pharma help and I have. Interesting thing here is years ago local news showed government officials bragging on how they're helping the disabled and homeless telling how much $$had beenninvested and just the other day it came out that they blew $81 million on absolutely nothing and the $ is nowhere to be found so... But I do appreciate your advice and time to reply


Peace

you should have said 'what are you here for? money? when he walked in the door.

Yeah but if he wanted to be a prick, he could have had me held on a form 1 against my consent. Drs here are known to do this for basically no reason, some power Trip so kept my tapper shut accepted the bus token. Politely said thank you and goodnight then left


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11-20-2019 12:08 AM

 




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I'm glad you keep us updated on your situation.
Maybe someone could tell your story? Send it far and wide and see if anyone with the ability to draw attention could possibly shame these officials in positions of power who are supposed to help and support our vulnerable citizens.

It is hard for me to speak on this, being I'm not Canadian, and not familiar with, well, really anything having to do with the Canadian system.

Is there any chance you can relocate to a less densely populated area where there is less strain on resources, and thereby find someplace where you can live?

Every time I read this thread, I try to think of ways I could help you, do you have a physical address? I mean...I know, not that you would want to give it out to strangers on the internet, I'm sure there are many of us that would like help you in any way we could.
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11-20-2019 12:11 AM

 




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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 12:08 AM)
I'm glad you keep us updated on your situation.
Maybe someone could tell your story? Send it far and wide and see if anyone with the ability to draw attention could possibly shame these officials in positions of power who are supposed to help and support our vulnerable citizens.

It is hard for me to speak on this, being I'm not Canadian, and not familiar with, well, really anything having to do with the Canadian system.

Is there any chance you can relocate to a less densely populated area where there is less strain on resources, and thereby find someplace where you can live?

Every time I read this thread, I try to think of ways I could help you, do you have a physical address? I mean...I know, not that you would want to give it out to strangers on the internet, I'm sure there are many of us that would like help you in any way we could.

That should be mailing address; and I don't expect you to give it out, just expressing the thoughts that come to my mind each time I read.
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justjoe
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11-22-2019 01:37 AM

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Post: #747
RE: Paralyzed and homeless in Ontario: my daily journal of survival
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 12:11 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 12:08 AM)
I'm glad you keep us updated on your situation.
Maybe someone could tell your story? Send it far and wide and see if anyone with the ability to draw attention could possibly shame these officials in positions of power who are supposed to help and support our vulnerable citizens.

It is hard for me to speak on this, being I'm not Canadian, and not familiar with, well, really anything having to do with the Canadian system.

Is there any chance you can relocate to a less densely populated area where there is less strain on resources, and thereby find someplace where you can live?

Every time I read this thread, I try to think of ways I could help you, do you have a physical address? I mean...I know, not that you would want to give it out to strangers on the internet, I'm sure there are many of us that would like help you in any way we could.

That should be mailing address; and I don't expect you to give it out, just expressing the thoughts that come to my mind each time I read.
Hi , I did have a Hotmail email Addy but forgot password and seeing as Hotmail is no more , even if I did remember password it wouldn't help. Although have been thinking of getting a Gmail account but that'll mean creating it on a public wifi and possible password hacked so..


Peace

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justjoe  Wrote: (11-22-2019 01:37 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-20-2019 12:11 AM)
That should be mailing address; and I don't expect you to give it out, just expressing the thoughts that come to my mind each time I read.
Hi , I did have a Hotmail email Addy but forgot password and seeing as Hotmail is no more , even if I did remember password it wouldn't help. Although have been thinking of getting a Gmail account but that'll mean creating it on a public wifi and possible password hacked so..


Peace

Yeah, they hack your password, and then steal your identity.

They might f*#k up your credit score.
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11-22-2019 01:43 AM

 




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When you get to Texas, lemme know. I have a huge shed of stuff you can sell.
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11-22-2019 03:31 AM

 




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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-19-2019 01:41 PM)
Joe get sectioned under the mental health act it is better than freezing in a van over winter , and this one is going to be really cold , go into a government office with a bottle of petrol and pour it over yourself and threaten to light it , i worked for me years ago , got me out of the rut i was in


No need to be dramatic, just go to your closest
mental health center and insist on an assessment, then tell
them the truth (your lack of mental and physical ability)
btw joe, how old are you ?
If you are 55 > there are more options.
You are in Etobicoke right ? ?

Resources :

-Mobile Crisis Units and Services
A worker will assess the situation, help lessen the present crisis
and decide on the best way to deal with the issue.
Clients receive a psychiatric consultation if needed.
They are assessed and treated on the spot and
connected with other useful services. :thumbup
(Etobicoke) Phone: 416-498-0043
http://www.williamoslerhs.ca/health-care...for-adults

-Gerstein Centre Crisis Line 416-929-5200, 24 hours / 7 days service,
Mobile unit service borders: south to the lake, north to Eglinton, east to
Bayview to Danforth and then to Victoria Park, west to Jane Street

-Salvation Army men's hostels homeless support
Phone: (416) 366-2733
North Etobicoke’s Thistletown community is now
home to our newest homeless shelter.
https://www.torontohhs.org/shelters/isli...s-shelter/

-Lamp (Etobicoke) 905-795-8742 ext 233
mon.-fri. 8:30am-4:30pm CLOSED WEEK ENDS
https://lampchc.org/programs-services/co...t-drop-in/

https://lampchc.org/programs-services/cl...h-support/

https://lampchc.org/contact-us/

-GTA crisis resources
https://www.camh.ca/en/health-info/crisis-resources

There is no excuse, seek help call the #'s ^ above,
Handouts on the other hand will not help you or your situation.
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