Tuesday, May 27, 2003 at 2:09 PM
It's not uncommon for people with a severe psychiatric disorder to lose their ability to support themselves, and become alienated from family. Too often, the road to recovery takes people to the streets. ideastream paid a visit to Cleveland's emergency homeless shelter, at 2100 Lakeside Avenue, where the Salvation Army provides beds and a meal on a night-by-night basis. We spoke with the man in charge of this considerable job, and with a former shelter client who's now helping administer mental health services on site.
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