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The Truth about Suicide: Real Stories of Depression in College

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has developed The Truth about Suicide: Real Stories of Depression in College as an outgrowth of its commitment to support colleges and universities in implementing suicide prevention as an integral part of their ongoing campus activities and services.

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This Emotional Life: In Search of Ourselves…and Happiness

How can we all live happier, more fulfilling lives? THIS EMOTIONAL LIFE explores ways we can improve our social relationships, learn to cope with problems like depression and anxiety, and become more positive and resilient individuals.

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Understanding the Person Who Hears Distressing Voices: A Course for First Responders

This is a talk by Pat Deegan about the experience of hearing distressing voices and what helps. Police, emergency room staff, emergency medical technicians, paramedics and other first responders will gain an understanding of how to engage with a person who is hearing distressing voices. Behavioral health staff also benefit from the talk and learn specific coping strategies to recommend to a person who is hearing voices. 54 min.

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UNFORGOTTEN: Twenty-Five Years After Willowbrook

It was a nightmare that shocked not only New York, but all of America. The public outcry about the Willowbrook State School for people with developmental disabilities resulted from Geraldo Rivera's expose after he entered Willowbrook with a film crew in 1972 using a stolen key.

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Unlisted

Richard Ruston was afflicted with paranoid schizophrenia before his daughter, Delaney Ruston’s birth. After many years of shame, frustration and fear she decided to hide from her father and keep her phone number and address unlisted.

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Voices Of Jericho: Stories Of Jail Diversion

"Voices of Jericho: Stories of Jail Diversion" is a revealing new project that focuses on residents of Memphis served through the Jericho Project, Shelby County's innovative jail diversion initiative for persons with serious mental illness and co-occurring disorders.

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You’re Gonna Miss Me

The film painstakingly shows the Erickson family's longstanding fissures, contextualizing Roky's schizophrenia and, disarmingly, putting his mother's own awkward idiosyncratic behavior on display.

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