River News interviewed Amy Gamble, who is the Executive Director of NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness) in Wheeling.

They discussed Gamble’s personal struggles with mental health, the breakdown that sent her over the edge, her time as a collegiate athlete, and a recent award she won.

One of the main points that Gamble stressed was that you have to be open about your mental health struggles, especially when you are seeing your seeing your regular doctor.