NAMI Family-to-Family Date: Tuesdays, March 8 – May 24,6:30 p.m Details: Free 12-week education program for families, close relatives, and friends of individuals with serious mental illness. The course provides caregivers with communication and problem-solving techniques, coping mechanisms, and the self-skills needed to deal with their loved one’s mental illness as well as its impact on the family. Call 920-979-0512 to register.
NAMI Peer-to-PeerWednesdays, April 20th – June 22nd is a free, recovery education course open to any individual living with a serious mental illness who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery. This free course consists of 10 two-hour classes designed to encourage growth, healing and recovery among participants. It is taught by a team of trained “mentors” who are personally experienced at living well with mental illness.Registration prior to start date is required. To register or find out more information please visit: www.namifonddulac.org -email email@example.com - or call 920-979-0512. Pre-registration is required.
NAMI Family Support Group Date: Montlhy on the third Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Details: This gathering is offered monthly by NAMI affiliates, free of charge, in a confidential and safe setting at Friendship Corner and is run by volunteer facilitators who are also family members living with mental health challenges in their lives. Group discussion and interaction will be encouraged.
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