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  1. so, i live in the US and am planning to write a series of letters to pertinent organizations and entities regarding my withdrawal experience. im seeking advice on who i should write, and how to style these letters. i have already written to a few places, like a psychiatric clinic to tell them of their continued misdiagnoses and mistreatment and the Drug Abuse Resistance Education [DARE] program that "teaches" kids about drugs to inform them of the dangers and ease of access to prescription psychotropics, but these letters unsurprisingly received no response or acknowledgement whatsoever. i am taking things offline and plan to send only physically mailed letters when possible, including redundant or amended copies of previous letters to places i have already written digital messages to. any suggestions of who to write to, or what to include (or exclude)? i realize this is, in some ways, potentially rather fruitless, but it seems like a meaningful step to take in my recovery process and desire to advocate to what degrees i can in my limited state of health. i would also surely welcome any joint-venture plans for specific content or for having multiple members contact the same pre-agreed organizations. post in here if you are interested, or PM me if that is more comfortable.
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