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Someone I know is currently staying there. I was shocked to learn from his mother that the staff will not permit him to take his psych meds even though he is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia. Even more disturbing is the fact that staff members have assigned the derogatory nickname The Pacer to him because of his constant pacing - a sign of his mental illness. Apart from this being unprofessional, it is just plain mean and speaks volumes about the quality of personnel who pretend to be loving, caring Christians. The hypocrisy is astounding. I work for an organization that provides mental health care to incarcerated persons. As you might imagine, the clinical staff deal with extreme cases of mental illness on a daily basis. Its exhausting, frustrating, often dangerous work, but they do it because they care. During my time at this company I have NEVER heard any of them make fun of mentally ill patients or assign them nicknames. Last week the mother of this person asked to see him so that he could sign power of attorney papers for him so that she could manage his disability paperwork. Not only did they refuse to let her see him, they told her that since he has been approved to draw disability, he has to give New Orleans Mission a substantial portion of his payments. How exactly does this help him find his way out of the predicament of homelessness? Is it fair to call New Orleans Mission a homeless shelter even though rent is apparently required to stay there? New Orleans Mission is the antithesis of what it claims to be on its website. WWJD if a destitute guy asks for temporary aid? Apparently lock him up, strip him of mental healthcare, and give him a derogatory nickname while simultaneously helping himself to the guys sole source of income.