Research suggests that loneliness and isolation are as bad for one’s health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Community Inclusion focuses on how individuals with mental illness can find natural supports and things to do with others in their community, just like everyone else. Featuring thought leader Mark Salzer of Temple University’s College of Public Health (center picture above), Mikayla Cardona of NAMI North Carolina (r), and Sabriya Dobbins of Project Passport (l).
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