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  1. EAH
    EAH November 16, 2018 at 10:29 pm | | Reply

    The series is a triumph! The insightful commentary Erica gets from the patients, parents care givers and administators is truly extraordinary.
    I am certain that the rest of the programs, yet to be run, bundled as “They Are Us” will be the same.
    I predict that shortly after airing in Vermont, the package will be picked up and run by Public Radio stations all over America.
    Congratulations to Erica Heilman and VPR !

  2. Jeffrey Klein
    Jeffrey Klein November 19, 2018 at 5:31 pm | | Reply

    This is a truly remarkable series that highlights one of the greatest failings of our society; the care and support of individuals with severe mental illness. Erica Heilman has done an outstanding job of reminding us of the complexity and broad scope of this problem, even in our small state of Vermont. Thanks for a wonderful series.

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