A Revolving Door - Mental Illness and Addiction

A Revolving Door - Mental Illness and Addiction
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Keith

This is a masterfully-presented, poignant documentary that mirrors the lives of thousands of patients and their families in this country as they attempt to deal with loved ones with a dual diagnosis. There are some people who's only hope is either long-term treatment in a residential setting, ...Read more

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