Mad In America is about the complete lack of success of the existing Mental Health system, and need for use of the alternative workable solutions (that are available). Below is a research paper from my historical Psychiatrist from Ireland (1998) on the benefits of Psychiatric depot medication (in the community). https://ps.psychiatryonline.org/doi/10.1176/ps.49.10.1361-b Over the years that I remained a Psychiatric Patient my Historical Psychiatrist had maintained occupational disability, to be my main problem. But my Psychiatrist had been incapable of telling the difference between the effects of the drugs he was prescribing, and genuine mental illness. While I consumed long acting depot injection drugs at Galway Southern Ireland I experienced suicidal hospitalization after suicidal hospitalization. When I attempted to stop these drugs (with permission) I ended up in hospital again fairly quickly. When I was offered an alternative (depot injection) I also ended up suicidal and in hospital again (1984). I could ONLY come off these drugs very carefully and with suitable help, and when I did, my suicidal hospitalizations and disability ENDED. I can describe the practical psychological process by which I was able to cope with the drug withdrawal, and how it worked in the long term. BUT any qualified psychologist might do the same. Suicide and Homicide in Mental Health are often closely related, but from my own experience, I would say that “compulsory depot injections” are more likely to cause Suicide and Homicide than to prevent them.