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Families meeting the challenge of mental illness.

Passage To Hope: A Preview   

PASSAGE TO HOPE, A NEW DOCUMENTARY BY NAMI MERCER, GIVES VOICE TO THE FAMILY EXPERIENCE.

On October 23, NAMI Mercer will debut an important short documentary film, Passage to Hope. From crisis and despair to acceptance and hope, Passage to Hope recounts the arduous journeys of family members and their loved ones. In their own words they relate the many trials, tribulations, and triumphs along the rugged road of mental illness.

Made possible by Princeton Community Television’s Community Partners project, Passage to Hope has been produced, directed, filmed, scored, and edited entirely by NAMI Mercer family members and loved ones.
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NAMI Mercer film crew recording a 50s television, at Sarnoff Collection, TCNJ: (from left): Jeff Schotland, Julie Maddocks, Robert Hedden, Chris Nesi. NAMI Mercer film crew enjoying dinner after a shoot (from left): Tom Pyle, Will Leavey, Brian Boni, Robert Hedden, Chris Nesi.
Featured by the Princeton Theological Seminary Film Festival, the film’s debut screening will be on Sunday, October 23, 2 pm, at the old Princeton Borough Hall, One Monument Drive, Princeton, NJ. For more information, contact NAMI Mercer at 609-799-0884 or home@namimercer.org.
 
Families Meeting the Challenge of Mental Illness