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God Knows Where I Am - Documentary & Panel Discussion

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WVIA, the Sunbury Daily Item, the United Way of Columbia and Montour Counties, and the Stauffer Family Fund invite you a free film screening and Community Conversation on the important issues of mental illness and homelessness.

 “God Knows Where I Am” is a poignant documentary recently seen on PBS, the story of Linda Bishop, who refused treatment for bipolar disorder and psychosis and kept a diary until she died, homeless.

Join us for the film  and a panel discussion with regional leaders in behavioral health, Thursday evening December 6th at 6:30 at Danville High School.

More information is available here.

God Knows Where I Am Follow the story of Linda Bishop and society’s treatment of mental illness & homelessness.

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