Many Faces, One Voice is a must-read spouse ebook to the award-winning movie The nameless People. The ebook stocks the intimate and encouraging tales of individuals in restoration from habit who've uncovered their secrets and techniques to mild and are scuffling with to erase stigma and discrimination. In particular interviews, celebrities, politicians, restoration leaders and advocates inform their own tales in brutally sincere and breathtaking element, as they confront the ambiguity of anonymity and demonstrate the wish and gear of recovery.
"Greg Williams’ strong documentary, The nameless humans, helped switch the public’s view of the area of individuals in restoration and people who love them, starting the doorways to a brand new figuring out of the usually-hidden means of saving your self from habit. the recent publication Many Faces One Voice takes the messages of that movie to the subsequent point, with much more strong testimony and perception from a major staff of courageous, open souls. A relocating, tough and revealing portrait of the area of restoration today—and tomorrow.”
--Patrick Kennedy, Former Congressman, fundamental sponsor of the psychological future health Parity and Addictions fairness Act, Founder, The Kennedy Forum
Many Faces, One Voice is a set of insights for people, households and everybody plagued by America’s number 1 ailment, and opens secrets and techniques to therapeutic ourselves and our society.
Bud Mikhitarian is an award-winning filmmaker and a manufacturer of The nameless People film.
Greg Williams is the director of The nameless People.