Podcast: How Money Impacts Mental Illness

In this episode, our hosts discuss how the amount of money and resources a person has influences their mental health care. Listen now to hear how Gabe and Michelle tackle this difficult social discussion — and have a couple laughs along the way.  SUBSCRIBE &REVIEW “It’s so hard to get help with mental illness if you have no money, and that’s not ok.” – Michelle Hammer Highlights from ‘Money and Mental Illness’ Episode [1:00] How does money impact people with mental illness? [3:00] Michelle’s epiphany on the subway. [5:30] The difference between mental health and physical health. [9:30] Insurance and the price of psychiatric medications. [15:00] Michelle’s past job failures. [18:30] Disability: does it help people? [22:00] How can you recover from mental illness when you can’t afford healthcare? [27:30] Michelle and other people living with schizophrenia in NYC. Computer Generated Transcript for ‘Money and Mental Illness‘ Show Editor’s Note: Please be mindful that this transcript has been computer generated and therefore may contain inaccuracies and grammar errors. Thank you. Gabe: [00:00:00] Hey, everyone, and thank you for listening to A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic and a Podcast. My name is Gabe and I live with bipolar disorder. Michelle: [00:00:07] Hi, I’m Michelle and I’m schizophrenic. Gabe: [00:00:10] And by process of elimination, our producer, Lisa, must...
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