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The NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program is a free 12-session course for family members and caregivers of persons with mental illness. Participants will walk away from this course with a more thorough knowledge of the clinical treatment of these illnesses and the skills necessary to cope more effectively.

The Family-to-Family Class will be offered in spring 2015.  Please check back for class locations and dates.  Please contact our office at 410-435-2600 to join our Family-to-Family interest list.

David Schuetz, family member, giving a brief overview of the Family-to-Family class:

 

NAMI Basics is a free 6-session education course for parents and other kinship caregivers of children and adolescents living with mental health illnesses. The course is taught by trained teachers who are also parents/caregivers of individuals who developed the symptoms of mental illness in childhood.  Classes include: getting an accurate diagnosis, treatment options, communication skills, handling challenging behavior, and advocating for your child. The curriculum discusses current information about the major childhood mental illnesses and provides the fundamentals a caregiver needs to care for themselves, their family, and their child who is living with a mental illness.

The Basics education program will be offered in spring 2015.  Please check back for the class location and dates.  Please contact our office at
410-435-2600 to join the NAMI Basics interest list.

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The NAMI Family Support Group is a 90-minute weekly peer support group for relatives and significant others. Trained peers facilitate constructive resource sharing and problem solving.

The Family Support Group meets at the following location:

Govans Boundary United Methodist Church
Every Thursday, 7-8:30 pm
5210 York Road, Baltimore MD 21212 Doors CLOSE at 7:15 PM!

For more information regarding support for family members, please contact Trina Brooks, Program and Services Director, at 410-435-2600.


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