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After the recent mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, NAMI’s very own senior policy advisor, Ronald Honberg, J.D. writes about how “faulty assumptions linking violence to mental illness” can negatively impact those with mental illness and the actual risk factors of violence that has been closely studied. Honberg weighs in on what can be done in terms of gun violence prevention. Click here to read more.

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