Film on risks of psychiatric drugs features Charleston suicide case

The first 10-minutes of the film, you can watch all five parts here or the whole film on their site.

A film aiming to elevate awareness about risks accompanying psychiatric drugs features the case of 18-year-old Matthew Steubing, who committed suicide by jumping from the Cooper River Bridge in 2003 after being on such a prescription for nine weeks. 

The film is by the non-profit health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights. You can watch the 87-minute documentary film on their site.

Also, The Post and Courier has a more news-oriented report on the film and Steubing's case.

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