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October 2011

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Improving the Road to Recovery

Experiencing an episode of psychosis can be a stressful and frightening time in an individual's life. Having the appropriate resources is vital to a positive outcome. NAMI's new website on first episodes of psychosis provides hope.

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Nearly 350,000 New Vets Seek Mental Health Care

As we near Veteran's Day, an increasing amount of veterans are returning from war with mental illness. Providing them with proper care is becoming increasingly difficult.

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Take Shelter: A Different Kind of Movie

The new movie blends the lines between reality and fantasy. But is the film stigmatizing or is it enlightening?

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NAMI Bookshelf October 2011

Including reviews of the books A Legacy of Madness: Recovering My Family from Generations of Mental Illness and It's Not Mental: Finding Innovative Support and Medical Treatment for a Child Diagnosed with a Severe Mental Illness.

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Early Intervention Is the Avenue of Hope

States at Risk

Providing the Steps to Recovery from First Episode Psychosis

Take Control and Build Your Future with Ticket to Work

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Further Reading

Out of the Shadows: A Two Week Series on Mental Illness and Children

Many Don't Want to Tell Doctors About Depression

America's Mental Health, State By State

Mental First Aid: How To Help In An Emotional Crisis


 

 

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