The physical damage of Hurricane Katrina is well known. Billions have been spent to reconstruct New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. But the storm’s impact remains — in the people.
Thousands of Americans remain seriously disabled — crushed in spirit and unable to function in the world while suicide rates climb in the region.
From Monday August 3rd to Wednesday the 5th, the Washington Times will run a series of stories, videos and photos about the mental illness that plagues a region in recovery. Visit the washingtontimes.com next week for more.