WNET received many messages of gratitude for airing God Knows Where I Am, which dealt with the topic of mental health and shared the story of Linda Bishop, a well-educated New Hampshire mother who battled severe bipolar disorder and homelessness. Partnerships with RespectAbility, the American Psychiatric Association and the National Alliance on Mental Illness helped drive conversation around the film.
A panel on mental health care and civil liberties following a New York City screening of God Knows Where I Am at The Greene Space. Joseph Sinnott
Last night I cried, sobbed and wept after watching “God Knows Where I Am.” I never heard about this movie, but I clicked anyway and within the first few seconds I was hooked. By the end I was sobbing and barely could breathe, barely contain my relief KNOWING I wasn’t alone.– Anonymous Viewer
This is one of those films that matures you.– Anonymous Viewer
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