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|Released:||October 27th, 2010|
Every day, Sherri Wittwer hears the stories of families struggling with mental illness. She also knows firsthand about the fears and frustrations of caring for a child with a mental disorder.
"...Every family who has a loved one with a mental illness can relate to that feeling of holding onto them with all of your might, trying to keep them safe," says Wittwer, who is executive director of National Alliance on Mental Illness Utah. "It's like living on the edge. That's a metaphor for our mental health system, which when people can get help is very effective. But there are so many people who fall through the cracks."
"If you or someone you love is living with a serious mental illness, finding help can seem impossible," says Green. "The mental healthcare system is a maze of public and private resources that can be difficult to access and navigate."
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