Idyll Arbor – 2013 Book Publishers Northwest Member

From the publisher:

Even as a broken mental health system protected Scott’s civil right to remain mentally ill by refusing treatment, it rejected the fight by Scott and his family to obtain timely and humane treatment for him. When Scott was well, he tried to empower his family to help him during bipolar episodes, but the courts rejected his requests. His story shows us ways we can improve the system.

Idyll Arbor‘s primary mission is to improve the quality of health care provided to clients by providing quality information and resources to practitioners through more than 200 products.