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

 

Peer-to-Peer

Whether you’ve lived with a mental illness 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.
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Family-to-Family

If someone in your family has a mental illness diagnosis, 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.
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Ending the Silence

Serious mental illness often makes 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 mental illness and how to get help. Continue reading “Ending the Silence”