NAMI Family and Friends is a 90-minute program taught virtually for family or friends of persons living with mental illness. This program serves as a Mental Health 101 for service clubs, churches, work places and other community groups. It’s also an opportunity to meet other people in similar situations and gain community support.
The seminar is led by trained people with lived experience of supporting a family member with a mental health condition. They will walk you through the following topics:
To set a date for your Family and Friends program, call 937-322-5600 or email us using the "Email Us" button at right.
“Hearing personal experiences and how relatable my experiences are to them was very helpful. Hearing specific strategies to communicate and specific traits that people with mental illness have. Know that the illness is what can cause “cruelty” and poor decisions rather than the person.”
“I have a better understanding of how mental illness impacts the person affected…it was nice to hear the stories of the instructors and their paths. The handbook (eBook) given has a lot of helpful information which I did not know about.”
NAMI Clark, Greene & Madison Counties
937-322-5600 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Providing Support, Education and Advocacy for people living with mental illness and those who love them.
In case of emergency, dial 911.