San Antonio became a national leader in mental health care by working together as a community.

SAN ANTONIO — It’s 11 p.m. on a Thursday, and this sprawling, twinkling city of 1.5 million people feels bigger than ever.

The 911 call transcript has just come across a laptop mounted on the dash of the police SUV: suicide-in-progress, northwest side.

A woman in her late 20s tried to hang herself in her bedroom. Her boyfriend walked in just in time, pulled her down, and hog-tied her while he called for help.

- Boston Globe

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