Checkout http://voicesdocumentary.com/

May 6, 2015
Tonight, tune in to your local public television station for the national debut of Voices. The stories of Sharon, Thomas, and Aaron illuminate the challenges, realities, and often complex emotions and choices that surround people with psychotic mental illness and those who love them. The goal of the film is…

Voices 4Tonight, tune in to your local public television station for the national debut of Voices. The stories of Sharon, Thomas, and Aaron illuminate the challenges, realities, and often complex emotions and choices that surround people with psychotic mental illness and those who love them. The goal of the film is to spur conversation and broaden peoples’ perspectives on mental health issues. Join the filmmakers on this journey and invite others to do so as well. Watch the trailer here!

Los Angeles, CA – Channel KVCR;  Wednesday, May 6, 2015 @ 10pm

We also hope you’ll join grateful friends and family in making a contribution to Step Up during National Mental Health Month to further our important, impactful work.

 

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