'They Are Us,' Part 4: Community Mental Health
How should people live long term in our state if they have a serious mental illness? The hope is that they’ll find ways to integrate into their communities with support, but that’s proven tough to accomplish. In this show we look at the challenges in our community mental health care system.
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- Ken Libertoff, former director of the Vermont Association for Mental Health
- Anne Donahue, state representative from Northfield and Berlin, editor of Counterpoint
- Greg Mairs, operational director of adult services at Counseling Service of Addison County
- Mary Moulton, executive director of Washington County Mental Health Services
- Michael Hartman, adult mental health director at Lamoille County Mental Health
- Connie Stabler, mother and Howard Center board member
- Louis Josephson, president and CEO of Brattleboro Retreat
- Lamoille County Mental Health Services
- Counseling Service of Addison County
- Washington County Mental Health Services
- Howard Center (a VPR underwriter)
- Brattleboro Retreat (a VPR underwriter)
Aired Thursday, Nov. 15 at 5:44 p.m.