Here's a few of mine:
1. For people who are stage of seeking for the first time a doctor's help for 'mental health' problems such as depression, psychosis, 'ADHD' etc:
Plentiful, first choice, psychotherapy / cognitive therapy available for everyone, BUT PARTICULARLY FOR CHILDREN, to allow them to escape the currently rife labelling and careless prescription writing with its associated risks of toxicity, long-term drug harm and withdrawal. These people will then have a very good chance of having 'Happy' years throughout their lives.
2. For people already on prescription drugs who want or need to come off them:
CLINICS in every city (like clinics which have long been in existence for 'illegal' drug addicts) who are well trained in addiction to prescription drugs, who RECOGNISE the severity of some of the side effects of those drugs, and are VERY well informed about the need for slow and careful withdrawal and can give ongoing support for however long it takes to get off the drugs with the minimum of damage.
These people will have a fair chance of having 'Happy' years in the future.
3. For people who have already gone through it unaided and no longer have 'happy' years due to prescription-drug or withdrawal damage:
While there seems nothing can be done to repair the damage (because knowledge of HOW drugs can harm and therefore HOW to repair the damage is limited to the kind of 'science' that CAUSES that harm) at least some RECOGNITION of the problems being suffered, some RESPECT...and...possibly even some kind of Centres that can work to help people adjust to the various long term problems they end up with instead of the doctors ignoring/denying our plight leaving us all to try to work our way through it day by day by day by week by month by year and eventually by decade without any help whatsoever.
These people would at least have some hope that doctors would work hard to find some way of reducing the damage and that they might sometime have a 'Happy' new year.