Co-hosted by New Hampshire PBS, Dartmouth-Hitchcock and NAMI-NH
New Hampshire PBS is providing a free screening and discussion of the film, God Knows Where I Am. The documentary is based on the diary of Linda Bishop, a NH mother diagnosed with severe bipolar disorder wtih psychosis, who was intermittently incarcerated and homeless. The intimate accounts of Bishop's experience raise questions about society's treatment of people with mental health conditions and those who are displaced, exposing systemic failures to protect those who cannot protect themselves. The post screening panel will include Joan Bishop, sister of Linda Bishop; John Broderick, Senior Director, External Affairs, Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Former Chief Justice of the NH Supreme Court; Maggie Pritchard, CEO, Lakes Region Mental Health Center; Shelley Lathrop, Life Interrupted Speaker; and Ken Norton, Executive Director, NAMI-NH.
To register, please visit: www.nhpbs.org/events