All NAMI WC educational programs are suspended until further notice. Please see the letter from our Executive Director for more information and helpful online resources. Stay up to date on the status of our programs by checking the NAMI WC website and/or following NAMI WC on Facebook.

At no cost to participants, we educate the community about serious mental health conditions, including treatments and management strategies, and how to navigate the health care system to access professional services.

Peer-to-Peer

All NAMI WC educational programs are suspended until further notice. Please see the letter from our Executive Director for more information and helpful online resources. Stay up to date on the status of our programs by checking the NAMI WC website and/or following NAMI WC on Facebook.

Whether you’ve lived with a mental health condition for years or have a recent diagnosis, you may be looking for more information about your situation and how to manage it. Regardless of your diagnosis, Peer-to-Peer will help you better understand your condition and journey toward recovery.
Continue reading “Peer-to-Peer”

Family-to-Family

All NAMI WC educational programs are suspended until further notice. Please see the letter from our Executive Director for more information and helpful online resources. Stay up to date on the status of our programs by checking the NAMI WC website and/or following NAMI WC on Facebook.

If someone in your family has a mental health condition, you and other family members may be at a loss about what to do and where to turn for assistance. NAMI’s Family-to-Family class was created to help you and your family understand and support your loved one while also caring for yourselves.
Continue reading “Family-to-Family”

Ending the Silence

All NAMI WC educational programs are suspended until further notice. Please see the letter from our Executive Director for more information and helpful online resources. Stay up to date on the status of our programs by checking the NAMI WC website and/or following NAMI WC on Facebook.

Serious mental health conditions often make a first appearance when people are in their teens and early twenties. If ignored and/or left untreated, these brain disorders may result in great harm. Ending the Silence is a 50-minute presentation NAMI volunteers make to educate students, parents, and teachers about the early signs of a mental condition and how to get help. Continue reading “Ending the Silence”