Schizophrenic Recovery Starts with Unity NVMI should implement an educational class

Northern Virginia Mental Institution should broaden its focus on relationships rather than allowing a narrowed point of view on medication recovery.

Without an educational family class, schizophrenic individuals can feel isolated when family members do not understand them.

Families do not understand illnesses overnight

Without proper support, patients relapse at a higher rate.

When family members do not understand schizophrenia, patients will be released into an unstable home.

NVMI workers should teach families knowledge on how to care for people with schizophrenia.

Society makes monsters out of schizophrenia; therefore, NVMI should take an intentional step forward by creating a class.
NVMI will become an outstanding institution if they focus on family relationships through schizophrenic educational classes.

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