Dec 11, 2019 By Michael Karlik, Colorado Politics The Gazette https://gazette.com/news/colorado-s-see-me-campaign-aims-to-remove-mental-health/article_46c1a067-eaac-5bec-89e4-7743e8f9581c.html
He was 7 or 8 years old when the beatings began.
Kevin L. Barclay said he immediately went to work, getting in shape so he could punch back at his abusive father.
“There was a point where I probably could have fought him and won, but I froze,” he admitted.
Barclay, now the Western Slope executive director for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, stood with the members of the Colorado Behavioral Read More
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