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November 15, 2012

In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, contributor Michelle Wright takes a look at how mental illness effects those living below the poverty line, Tonia Caruso rocks with Out of the Units, and we take you behind all the glitz and glamour at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater.


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In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, contributor Michelle Wright takes a look at how mental illness effects those living below the poverty line, Tonia Caruso rocks with Out of the Units, and we take you behind all the glitz and glamour at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater.


Related Links

Nami Southwestern Pennsylvania

Out of the Units Facebook page

Pittsburgh Ballet Theater

Woodlands Foundation

Writing Away The Stigma: A creative non-fiction workshop for people who have been affected by mental illness.

 


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