Though it’s unclear what motivated the shootings, many say mental health care can be a line of defense in preventing tragedies. But in the Granite State, these services have been cut and a new report says the system is in “crisis”. As part of a three day series on possible lessons from Newtown, we look at the conversation around mental health.
- Robert Murray – Psychiatrist, vice president, and medical director of Riverbend Community Health in Concord
- Ken Norton – Special projects director for the New Hampshire chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
- Nancy Rollins – Associate Commissioner in the division of community based services at New Hampshire’s department of health and human services
We'll also hear from
- Chuck Morse – Republican state senator from Salem, chair of the senate finance committee