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November 2011

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Expansion of Education Programs Ensures Recovery for All

At a national NAMI training event in St. Louis, individuals from across the country came together to learn how to effectively implement NAMI's education programs in Spanish-speaking communities.

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Too Much TV, Too Little Exercise Tied to Depression

A new study has found that not exercising enough and watching too much TV are dangerous to your mental health. Staying active in the winter may be difficult, but doing so can provide great benefits.

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Supported Work Program Inspires Dancer to Keep Moving

After experiencing major depression, Megan Riggs' life was thrown off track. With the help of Ticket to Work, she was equipped to handle the loss of her job and financial struggles.

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NAMI Bookshelf November 2011

Including reviews of the books A Lethal Inheritance and The Quiet Room.

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Organization Provides Resources and Support to Native Americans

The Deepening Crisis in Mental Health Funding

Veterans and Mental Health: We Owe Them Better

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Parents of Adults with Mental Illness Face Dilemmas

In Setback for Veterans, Mental Health Ruling is Withdrawn

One in Five U.S. Adults Takes Medication for a Mental Disorder

Movement Therapy May Help Individuals with Schizophrenia


 

 

 

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