Today on 1370 Connection...
Sheree Toth, professor of psychology at the University of Rochester, executive director of the Mt. Hope Family Center
Margaret Figueroa, licensed clinical social worker with Mt. Hope Family Center
LaQuanda Harris-George, study participant
According to a new study by U of R, as many as 1/4 of low income minority mothers struggle with major depression. The lead investigator of this study will also share findings that stigmas associated with mental illness in minority communities and limited access to treatment prevents most women from receiving help.
David Schickler, author
David is a nationally-known author and screenwriter who grew up in Rochester and now lives here. He just recently published a memoir, The Dark Path. Much of the memoir takes place here in Rochester.
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