February 5, 2017 | By Alan Johnson
When ground is broken in May for the $2 million Adam-Amanda Mental Health Rehabilitation Center in Athens, the two namesakes won’t be there.
Adam Knapp and Amanda Baker, two young adults who struggled with mental illness, took their own lives after the mental-health system failed them, family members say.
But their parents and other supporters say the center bearing their names will be a “pathway to hope and healing” for others. It will be the first Read More
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