Tom Steyer funds mental wealth management company, says it will ‘do good work’

A wealthy New York investor and philanthropist who says he has raised more than $50 million through his wealth management business has backed a plan to help mental health patients and their families.

In a statement, Tom Steyr, the founder and CEO of the company, Steyer Asset Management, said he has spent nearly a decade helping patients and families of mental health issues find a cure.

He said his firm will work to help families navigate the daunting decision of whether to seek treatment or not.

“My goal is to help them be able to make that decision as quickly as possible,” Steyr said.

“And then when they are ready, they can get that treatment.”

Steyer said he was inspired by his own experience with the onset of bipolar disorder.

“I was in a really rough place,” Steyer said.

“And the last thing I wanted to do was leave my wife and kids in a place that was really difficult.”

He added that he was particularly impressed by the efforts of people like his sister, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia and is now in remission.

“She is doing very well, and she’s able to do everything she wants to do, and I just want to make sure that she is also able to get the help she needs,” he said.

Steyr, a prominent environmentalist and activist, has been active in politics and philanthropy, donating to Democratic candidates in both the U.S. and the U .

K.

He has previously funded the $25 million “Blue Ribbon Challenge” to help people with mental health needs and has also funded an initiative called Mental Health Awareness Week, which aims to raise awareness about mental health and homelessness.

The Steyr team said in a statement that it will begin to support families and help them to decide whether or not to seek help.

“We are launching a campaign to help provide resources to families and individuals in their time of need,” the statement said.

Billionaire hedge fund owner Rick Ross said he’s not racist for buying Donald Trump’s home

Billionaire investor Rick Ross has said he is not racist because he bought a home for his wife and son after they were diagnosed with breast cancer.

Mr Ross told ABC News’ Good Morning America that he had bought a four-bedroom home in Manhattan for his family after his wife died of breast cancer, and the sale was made with their consent.

“I’m not racist, I just want to live the way I want to,” he said.

“And my wife was just really supportive of it and my son was really supportive, and that’s just who I am.”

When we got diagnosed with cancer we were like, ‘OK, we’re going to do this’.

“We just bought a house in Manhattan and we were really excited about that.”

Mr Ross’ purchase was made after his eldest son was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer and his wife had died of stage 3.

“So when I got to see my son, and my wife died, and I was like, this is just perfect,” Mr Ross said.

“And we were just like, wow, we can do this.”‘

I think it’s pretty obvious’: RossThe billionaire investor said he wanted to help his son, who was diagnosed three years ago, and his mother-in-law as they struggled to pay the mortgage.

“The one thing that you’re going for with any of this is your family,” he added.

“It’s your family.

You’re going after your kids and your mom and your grandkids and your brothers and sisters and your nieces and nephews and cousins.”

There are things in life that you can do to help.

“Mr Trump is a big supporter of Mr Ross and has repeatedly defended him, saying the billionaire was the best investor he’s ever met.”

Rick Ross, if you could give me $1 million, I’d buy Donald Trump a house,” Mr Trump said in September last year.”

You’re going from the best to the worst investor ever.

And he’s a guy who’s been doing this for a long time.”ABC/wires