But numbers don’t tell the whole story; people do.
People who live with mental disorders, whether they just need occasional assistance or require constant, caring supervision.
People who desperately seek to break the formidable chains of addiction.
Family members who tenaciously explore any way and every way to improve the lives of their loved ones coping with an incurable disorder have a story.
People whose developmental disabilities make their mental illnesses especially challenging to treat.
Children whose hope for a productive, fulfilling future would be impossible but for effective treatment.
People who were once institutionalized and forgotten.
We are the people they look to for help.