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 June 2012

 

Pg.1 Judy's Journal

Pg.1 Missing Person 

Pg.2 Eection of New Officers 

Pg.3 Nami Walks Video 

Pg.3 Mental health care

Pg.4 Thank you! 

Pg.4 Mental Notes 

Pg.5 Information Helpline 

Pg.6 de información de NAMI

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Judy’s Journal

  We had another interesting and informative NAMI meeting on May 16. Monica and Shantel gave the program In Our Own Voice, telling about their journeys to mental health through dark days, acceptance, treatment and developing coping skills. After the meeting everyone enjoyed root beer floats and socializing. (See photos on your facebook page)

Thirty-five people learned about recovering from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, panic disorder, PTSD, clinical depression and anxiety from a DVD shown during the presentation. One woman feels free time is dangerous for her and she carefully structures each day. Another woman lives alone but has a little dog who gets her up and out of the house each day. A man goes to the gym for a work-out to stay mentally and physically healthy. June 16 there will be another Peer to Peer class starting in Modesto. It’s the first step for people who want to volunteer or to participate in NAMI’s outreach programs. Call the NAMI office for information (209-558-4555).

Come join us next month for our NAMI meeting on June 20, 6:30 PM to 7:30, Jana Lynn Plaza, 500 N. 9th Street, Modesto. The speakers will be Karl von Specklesen and Linda Torres from the Mental Health Board.

They over-see many of the county programs and it will be a good chance to learn how to navigate the mental health system. We’ll have strawberry shortcake with home-made whipped cream for a treat.

Judy Kropp, Co-President  NAMI Stanislaus

 

 

Missing Person:

Brett Lamar
Brown Eyes, Dark Brown Hair

27 Years Old, Missing since April 3rd  last seen in Turlock, CA

If you have seen Brett, please call the
Turlock Police Department at 209-668-1200

 

 

 

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