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Portland Hearing Voices brings mental diversity to POSH

By Jenny Westberg, Portland Mental Health Examiner, April 8, 2012 As Portland Hearing Voices nears its third anniversary, the peer-run community group is growing fast and more active than ever. In January, director Will Hall trained seven new co-facilitators, enabling  … Continue reading

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Peers ‘who have been there’ guide recovery

From the Portland Tribune, July 14, 2011 Portland hospital at vanguard of national mental health movement Loud music from the drug nest below Henry Linebaugh’s Northeast Portland apartment rattled his windows last Wednesday. The 65-year-old Linebaugh, a former patient of … Continue reading

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A Voice for the Voiceless

By Don Colburn, The Oregonian, April 14, 2002 The man in navy sweats and white sneakers perches on his motorized cart, listening hard. His left hand — the one that works — clutches a copy of an agenda he cannot … Continue reading

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