Fisher’s Mill Evicts Tenant In Retaliation For Advocacy About Unsafe/Unsanitary Conditions/Management Neglect of Grounds.

November 17, 2017 To: Fisher’s Mill Management, Quantum Residential officers and Board members, Vancouver Housing Authority, ACLU Representative(s), City Council and Mayor of Vancouver, WA., Aaron Z. Matusick cc: Tenant’s Union membership and web page(s). From: Heidi D. Hansen, resident tenant of FIsher’s Mill Apartments in unit N114. re: The 10 – Day notice dated…

A Good Storm For A Mystery, Chapter One Audio Book

Read and illustrated by the author, Heidi D. Hansen.  Copyright 2017.  Inquire for purchase and publishing at dog.hotel.hansen@gmail.com.  Enjoy, and come back for more chapters as they are posted! — Heidi

C’est Posible Song Video

“C’est Posible” song and art by Heidi D. Hansen, M.A., for persons who struggle with mental health.  Heidi is available for professional services at a professional fee.  Contact her by email to discuss a purchase of her materials you see on this site.  Thanks!  email:  dog.hotel.hansen@gmail.com.

Living In The Possible (video)

“Living In The Possible,” is written, illustrated and produced by Heidi D. Hansen, M.A.  Possibility is a series of mental health strategies.  Heidi’s products and services can be paid for using major credit cards via Paypal.com.. Email Heidi at dog.hotel.hansen@gmail.com to discuss opportunities.  Thanks!

Café J’espere

Cafe J’espere, and the painting “Possibility,” by Heidi D. Hansen, copyright2017 _______________________________________________________ She awoke, again, to dread stomach. That hollow thud of an ache in the lower gut that something terrible as going to happen, the only question was, where would she be when it landed? “It’ 8:01 the news is next,” sang the NPR…

A New Mural In Progress for Persons of Mental Illness

Watch the progress of transformation as I will paint these 5 pristine black panels into a large mural representing voices of persons of mental illness in Vancouver, WA.  I’ll be posting updates as this mural unfolds.  If you have input you’d like to share, or paints and brushes you’d like to donate to this project,…

Take The Poem-A-Day Challenge

Why not write a poem today?  Many persons simply don’t write poetry because of false beliefs that poetry is complicated and has too may rules and takes some kind of guru-like status. Not true, any of it. Writing in any form is good for a person’s mental health.  It can get out fears and frustrations,…

Reach Out And Help Someone Who Struggles to Enjoy Summer

Summer sunny days can be harder on depressed/anxious persons more so than dreary winter months. In the winter months, feeling ‘blah’ is rather the norm.  But when summer comes along, the people with winter ‘blahs’ feel better and get out and recreate and socialize, while the clinically depressed can’t.  And they see and feel the…