Each year 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with some kind of mental illness. It's often the patient's family members who notice the first signs that something's wrong, and the burden of knowing how to help, how to cope, and how to pay for it, lands squarely on their shoulders. On this hour, we'll find out what to do when mental health issues hit home.
lloyd I. Sederer, author of The Family Guide to Mental Health Care
Terry Russell, Executive Director of National Mental Health Alliance of Ohio