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Medicare Part D Plans Are Changing. Open Enrollment Ends Dec. 7 Are your prescription medications covered by Medicare? You should check your plan to see if you need to make any changes.
Henderson Behavioral Health Advancing Early Intervention
Smoking and Mental Health: Why Is It Harder for People with Mental Illness to Quit Smoking?
2015 Health Insurance Open Enrollment Starts Nov. 15
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NAMI La Crosse County offers several education programs to suit your needs.

We offer three signature education programs:

                 NAMI Basics is the new free signature education program for parents and other caregivers of children and adolescents living with mental illness.  To register e-mail Basics@NAMILaCrosseCounty.org.

                 NAMI Family-to-Family Education Programis a free 12-week course for families members and caregivers of adults living with mental illness.   To register e-mail Fam2Fam@NAMILaCrosseCounty.org.

                 NAMI Parents and Teachers as Allies is an in-service mental health education program for school professionals.
If you have questions on our educational programs please contact PTasA@NAMILaCrosseCounty.Org.

Monthly Affiliate meetings:

We meet on the third Tuesday of the month starting at 7:00 the location is the Congregational Church on the corner of Losey and Main Street in La Crosse WI. Meetings are held in the months of September – November and January – May. We have three outings a year. In August we have a pot luck picnic, a Christmas party in December and a Boat trip in June.

If you have questions on our monthly chapter meetings please contact Info@NAMILaCrosseCounty.org


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