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Bus tour stops in Steubenville

May 10, 2014
The Herald-Star
The National Alliance on Mental Illness Ohio bus tour stopped in Steubenville Friday afternoon as part of a national campaign against mental illness. According to spokesperson Katie Dillon of the Columbus office, the purpose of the bus tour is to end discrimination against individuals living with mental illness and their family members by getting the facts about mental illness out to the public. Dillon said approximately 2.9 million Ohioans experience a mental health disorder in a given year. Taking part in the Steubenville stop were, from left, Maggi Campbell, Sandy Madzia and Pam Petrilla of the Jefferson County Prevention and Recovery Board and Dillon. The bus tour will continue next week with stops in a number of Ohio communities. - Dave Gossett

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