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All NAMI education programs are offered to the public at no cost. To learn about courses offered by NAMI of Hamilton County, choose a link listed below.


  • For family members, partners and friends of someone living with a mental illness
  • 12-week course
"Before I took the course, I felt alone and overwhelmed dealing with my daughter's mental illness. By taking this course, I have met others who are going
through the same things I am and have learned about many resources that I never knew existed."
Family-to-Family course description and online registration


  • For consumers (people living with a mental illness)
  • 10-week course
"Peer-to-Peer has allowed me to take the focus off my illness and learn to balance it with the rest of my life. By engaging in recovery I am able to be more
relaxed and productive both at work and home."
Peer-to-Peer course description and online registration


  • For parents and other caregivers of children and adolescents living with mental illnesses
  • Consists of six classes, each lasting 2 ½ hours and offered in a combination to accommodate the hectic schedules of parents.

    "This is the best program for families with children. It answers so many questions for parents. It can change and improve so many lives."
Basics course description and online registration


  • For the general public
  • Online, interactive, educational initiative

"This course has literally been a life saver. It has opened my eyes to better understanding my illness and methods of recovery I did not know about before taking the course."

Hearts & Minds course description





  • For family members, partners and friends of military Service members and Veterans living with a mental illness
  • 6-week course

“You realize that he will never be the same having been through war. I learned how to treat him more as an adult than as a hurt child.”

Homefront course description

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Hamilton County
 4790 Red Bank Expressway • Suite 218  Cincinnati, OH 45227
p 513.351.3500 • f 513.351.6352

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