Living with mental illness is a challenging road to travel because it is a silent disease and is surrounded by immense stigma. Our programs aim to make a difference. Our hope is to bring light to a subject often kept in the dark. This series discusses the mental health challenges of people of all ages.
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LTMH is free and open to the wider community including people of all faiths and backgrounds. Quarterly, they are organized and implemented by a committee of volunteers at PTS who are concerned about mental health. Each session is deed to provide information, education, support, and resources to family members, colleagues, friends living with mental health challenges.
LTMH is not a support group; everyone is welcome to participate actively, or passively, based on their own comfort level. Each gathering typically consists of one speaker or a panel, followed by an anonymous, written question and answer period. There is no pressure to actively participate or reveal personal details.
The programs are generally held at PTS on Sundays between — Light refreshments are served. Joshua Coleman is frequently contacted by the media for opinions and commentary about changes in the American family.
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