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FAMILY-TO-FAMILY
EDUCATION COURSE

Helping families move from
DESPAIR
 and ISOLATION
to
 
HOPE and EMPOWERMENT

This 12-week class is for parents, siblings, spouses,
adult children, significant others, and friends of persons with
a serious psychiatric diagnosis, such as major depression,
bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and PTSD.

[Course Details]

Fall 2014 Class
Wednesday evenings beginning Sept 24 6:30p.m.-9:00p.m.
St. Luke’s United Methodist Church
100 West 86th Street; Indianapolis IN Rm E-102
Peggy Cougill and Priscilla Hamill, Instructors

[Flyer is attached below]

Classes are offered without charge.
Registration is required.
Since classes fill up quickly, early registration is recommended.
To register, call NAMI Indianapolis at 317-257-7517 or email info@namiindy.org

Presented and Coordinated by:
NAMI Indianapolis 

With additional support provided by:
NAMI Indiana


Related Files

Flyer F2F St. Lukes 2014 (PDF File)

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