Reversing the stigma: City works to combat views on mental illness

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    Fishers Fire Dept. Chief Steve Orusa and Mayor Scott Fadness discuss mental health initiatives that took place last year. (Photo by Anna Skinner)
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    The Hamilton Southeastern School Board signs the Stigma Free Pledge. Rear, from left, Dr. Allen Bourff, Dr. Terry Tolle, John DeLucia, Matt Burke, Howard Stevenson. Front, from left, Michelle Fullhart, Karen Harmer and Sylvia Shepler. (Submitted photo)
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    Kimble Richardson, manager of Business Development and Referrals for Behavioral Health Services at Community Health Network, speaks to a person in a mental health crisis. (Photo by Sadie Hunter)
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    From left, Kimble Richardson, Suzanne Clifford and Joan Reed, director of School Programs for Behavioral Health Services at Community Health Network look over the annual City of Fishers Mental Health Task Force report. (Photo by Sadie Hunter)

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  • HaroldAMaio

    Reversing the stigma???
    What a curious remark: You educate people who say there is one, you do not accommodate them!