Magnolia Clubhouse, a Cleveland center that supports people living with mental illness, was the scene for a book-signing last week of The BeST Kind of Help: Tools and Tips for Schizophrenia Recovery. The book was written by members of NEOMED’s Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (BeST) Center’s Consumer Advisory Council: Karen Curlis; Fred Frese, Ph.D.; Lisa Marie Griffin; Ron Rett and Linda Robinson.
The BeST Center offers a full array of services to help community agencies implement and sustain treatment practices that improve the lives of people affected by schizophrenia.
The BeST Kind of Help: Tools and Tips for Schizophrenia Recovery offers practical, hands-on suggestions. It is dedicated to Margaret Clark Morgan, whose commitment to improving the lives of people affected by mental illness is sustained by the Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation—a strong supporter of the BeST Center. Download a PDF of the tools and tips.