No one knows better than the Garatt family how far research in mental illness has come – and how far it still has to go.Read More
“All the hopes you have for your daughter’s future are dashed,” Mary Ann said. “She wants to go to college, have a family, but there’s no guarantee she will be able to achieve those goals.”
Donna Morrissey invests in brain and behavior research hoping for development of better diagnostic tools for people, like her son, living with mental illness.
The misdiagnosis of Donna Morrissey’s son, Michael, mobilized her as an advocate for mental health research.Read More
A family affected by schizophrenia supports NARSAD with the belief that future generations will be better off through the funding of scientific research today
Christine Phelps remembers how, when she was a little girl, she and her mother, Sharon, would listen to music together. “I had very long hair, and my mom would brush my hair and we’d sing Carole King songs. I still know every word of every song of our favorite album.”Read More