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Shadow Voices

Here is an inside look at what it is like to live with a mental illness and how individuals and their families find their way through medical, governmental, societal and spiritual issues to hope. Ten people with mental illness tell their stories, and many experts and advocates in the field add helpful perspectives.

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Stories Of Hope And Recovery: A Video Guide for Suicide Attempt Survivors

Features the stories of three people: Jordan Burnham, who survived an attempt in his teens; Terry Wise, who survived an attempt in her thirties; and David Lilley, who survived an attempt in his forties. Told through the voices of these individuals, their families, and the professionals in their support network, each inspiring story recounts one person's journey from a suicide attempt to the life of hope and recovery he/she is leading today.

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Strive for Happiness

Winner of a 2008 Silver Telly Award, "Strive For Happiness" is a documentary film about the lives of those who live with or care for loved ones who suffer from the many forms of severe mental illness.

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Talk, Listen, Connect - Hablen, Escuchen, Conecten: Deployments, Homecomings, Changes

Sesame Workshop presents "Talk, Listen, Connect: Deployments, Homecomings, Changes," a bilingual educational outreach initiative designed for military families and their young children to share.

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Talk, Listen, Connect - Hablen, Escuchen, Conecten: Helping Families During Military Deployment

In recognition of the contributions made by The Armed Forces of America--The Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reserves--Sesame Workshop presents "Talk, Listen, Connect," a bilingual educational outreach initiative designed for military families and their young to share.

We are proud to offer support to help military families and their children when service members are deployed.

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The Devil and Daniel Johnston

Daniel Johnston is a manic depressive genius singer, songwriter and artist, revealed in this portrait of madness, creativity and love. The Devil and Daniel Johnston is a stunning portrait of a musical and artistic genius who nearly slipped away.

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The Execution of Wanda Jean

In 2001 Wanda Jean Allen was given a lethal injection by the state of Oklahoma, making her the first black woman to be executed in America in fifty years. In THE EXECUTION OF WANDA JEAN, award-winning filmmaker Liz Garbus continues her investigations into the American criminal justice system with the compelling story of convicted murderess Wanda Jean Allen.

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The Released

This year, hundreds of thousands of prisoners with serious mental illnesses will be released into communities across America, the largest exodus in the nation s history. Typically, mentally ill offenders leave prison with a bus ticket, $75 and two weeks worth of medication. Within 18 months, nearly two-thirds are re-arrested.

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The Touching Tree: A Story About a Boy with OCD

A film about a boy with OCD. Terry is in Elementary school and exhibits behaviors that his teacher does not recognize at first. He keeps the obsessions and compulsions a secret. A compassionate teacher finds Terry has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and guides Terry to help, which changes both their lives.

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The Triangle of Health: Part III MENTAL/EMOTIONAL

Each human body has a specific priority system of balance between structural, chemical and emotional components. To ignore this priority system and focus on chasing symptoms will yield mediocre results; but, to follow your body's step-by-step protocol can change your life and restore your health.

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