Safety Nets: Mental Illness Discussion

Guests: Robert Adamson and Harold Hartger of Mercy Behavioral Health continue the discussion on the importance of mental health safety nets in the Pittsburgh region.Mercy Behavioral Health 24/7 Toll Free Hotline1-877-637-29241-877-MERCYBH

Safety Nets: Mental Illness Discussion aired on Oct 08, 2009.


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