Hope, Despair and the Right to Die with Dignity 101

“It never occurred to me until this storm day, while swinging inthe wind, that trees are travelers, in the ordinary sense,” John Muir’s A Wind-Storm In the Forests, Mountains of California (Muir, 1894)

Surviving Race: National Teleconference November 6 | 2016. Join Us.

Join the relevant, innovative and emergent National Teleconference call November 6, 2016 featuring national attendance on “Surviving Race: The Intersection of Injustice, Disability and Human Rights.”

Destination Dignity Summit 16 | The Carter Center | Monday, August 15

        The Carter Center, Atlanta August 12, 2016   Destination Dignity Inaugural Summit: August 15, 2016 The Carter Center – Atlanta, Georgia #DDSummit16; Call in * Dial 1-866-398-2885 (USA Toll Free) Enter Code: 851-630-6835# AGENDA Goals: (A) To convene leadership across stakeholder groups into dialogue to clarify and galvanize a collective nationalContinue reading “Destination Dignity Summit 16 | The Carter Center | Monday, August 15”

The Horror, The Horror

Written by Amanda Barnabe and Jen M. Padron The first line of treatment in US psychiatric care is the prescription of psychotropic medications to an effected individual exhibiting mental diversity symptomology entailing behavioral and/or physical medically descriptive treatment. The symptoms and prescribed diagnosis, according to the Diagnostic Statistical Manual’s (DSM-5, 2016) symptomology of “Serious Mental Illness”Continue reading “The Horror, The Horror”

Tennessee Governor Rescinds Shutting Down All Peer Support Centers

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