TLDR; thanks for the article! I think anyone who has any experience in this “system” understands that what is needed the most is a glide path for those individuals experiencing this trauma. My efforts are focused on what I can do right now to bring relief to all those suffering this trauma. I believe it’s time for all of us to starting filling in potholes in this road at each and every step along the way, from prevention, support during the crisis (involuntary treatment), and long term recovery. Hi everyone. I’m not going to get into my life story or why I am getting involved. Let’s just say I have never been on any of these drugs, but I know someone who has been and have seen the damage first hand for the individual and everyone else involved. 15 years of being on the worst of the worst of these drugs for this individual has indeed created a landscape of a war zone. I do have a couple of observations, suggestions, and points that I will attempt to list here. 1.) Thank you to the author and all of the other resources I have found in my brief look at the alternatives to treatment. You have no idea how much hope it gives me after facing off with what I call pseudopharmachiatry. 2.) My personal background I believe is well suited to being a key component in bringing about change that everyone is talking about. a.) I have a family member suffering this “system” for 15 years b.) I am professional web developer of 10 years c.) I have been a political activist and have ties to large scale educational campaigns (presidential runs in 2008 and 2012 and gearing up for 2016) 3.) It seems like all of the information for “alternative” treatment is out there and that is all well and good. From my perspective however, this information is “static”. In my profession, static information is not really information at all. A perfect example is this article. It was written over a year ago, there was a flurry of commentary on the information, and then the information got swallowed up by the internet. So unless someone happened to come along at this exact moment in time, they missed a chance to activate. 4.) One of the things the “patient” that I am emotionally tied to has always wanted to do is have a radio program. He tried and tried, I tried to help him, but never really materialized or had a purpose. What I propose, as a way get this information and message out there in a dynamic/non static format is for ME to build a radio program. The goals of this program are very lofty in it’s production capacity, however I think the purpose would be very clear. I want dynamic content. I want a place on the internet where people can go and tune in to a program that is entirely focused 24/7 on sharing this information. There are certainly enough incidents occurring to have plenty of content. There are certainly enough professionals who are deeply vested in this core societal issue to give the program credit. In the coming weeks, I will be laying the ground work for this radio program. I will be looking to start gathering up ALL the static information that is out there, including the many videos films and documentaries, chats, forums etc etc.. and turn this into a dynamic source for “patients”, families, activists, and anyone else who wants to participate in the radio program.