'These People are Us' 

A primer on mental health, the costs and the high stakes for Americans

The first warning signs were the toys scattered all over the floor. The night before, Tammy Crider had watched her 3-year-old daughter Alecia go quietly to bed. Now, the next morning and the room a mess, it was clear the little…

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