In Our Own Voice (“IOOV”) is a free presentation given by two people living with mental illness about their journey with their disorders. The hour-long talk is appropriate for family members, friends, professionals, lay audiences and other people living with mental illness. It includes a videotape, personal testimony, discussion and enriches the audience’s understanding of how people with these serious disorders cope with the reality of their illnesses while recovering and reclaiming productive lives.
IOOV is presented to any type of group: students, law enforcement officials, educators, providers, faith community members, politicians, professionals, inmates, and interested civic groups. All presentations are offered free of charge.
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Please contact Eliza Williamson, In Our Own Voice Coordinator, 617-580-8541, extention 211, if you would like to arrange for a presentation for your group or find out how to become an In Our Own Voice presenter.