Click here to see GCB's Public Service Announcement featuring the Bengals' Dave Lapham and Local 12's Jen Dalton; 6/14/12
Courtesy of Local 12 WKRC-TV
Click here to see Dec. 9, 2010 WCET-TV Focus Program: Jeff O'Neil, Jennifer Dorschug, and Ashley Harris discuss GCB's new Transition to Independence Program for young adults suffering from emotional and mental issues.
Click here to see GCB's public service ad courtesy of Local 12 WKRC-TV.
Link to Pete Earley's interview on CNN - April 20, 2007.
Link to Pete Earley's address to the NAMI Convention in 2007.
Fred Friendly Seminars on PBS presents "Minds on the Edge"
Facing Mental illness explores the stories of two fictional characters, Olivia and James. Their stories are hypothetical, but the dilemmas are real as American families struggle with mental illness. Please watch our own Medical Director, Dr. Tracy Skale as guest panelist expert for the acclaimed Fred Friendly Seminars Program on PBS. View the entire program here: http://www.mindsontheedge.org/watch/
Dr. Tracey Skale interview about ''Minds on the Edge'' Program
Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Tracey Skale discusses our organizations' work and her participation in the program ''Minds on the Edge: Facing Mental Illness." This interview aired on the WCET Connect Channel and was recorded on September 25, 2009 under the Lifelong Learning program - for more information please visit http://www.cetconnect.org/video/dr-tracey-skale-minds-edge.
Dr. Tracey Skale - ''Minds on the Edge'' - Part ONE
Dr. Tracey Skale - ''Minds on the Edge'' - Part TWO
Homeless. Living on the street, hand to mouth, for 21 years. Mentally ill. Hearing voices. Living in the woods in a make-shift nest of tree branches and twigs. This was Rick. Born and raised in Hyde Park, a neighborhood of affluence. Known throughout the City as the “Hyde Park Hermit”... Then something miraculous happened in Rick’s life. - click here to read the full story -