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National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month: The Time for Action Is Now Get inspired and learn about programs NAMI Affiliates across the country are holding to raise awareness for minority mental health.
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Please Join Us and Become and Official Member NAMI Today

 

To renew your membership or become a member online, Click Here for NAMI National or Click here for NAMI Georgia

In the "Local Chapter" drop down box, select Lawrenceville/Gwinnett County  

 

Benefits of Joining NAMI Gwinnett

  • The NAMI National Advocate (A National Publication Magazine, 3 times a year)and all other quarterly publications

  • The NAMI Gwinnett Monthly Newsletter via email

  • The Calling post, a pre-recorded call that reminds of important events such as General Meetings, The NAMI Walk, etc)

  • An Invitation to join the NAMI Gwinnett and NAMI Georgia Facebook Pages

  • You as an "Individual" have the right to vote in the NAMI Georgia and NAMI Gwinnett Board of Director Elections each year

    Where does the money go?

  • 1/3 Stays with NAMI Gwinnett

  • 1/3 Goes to NAMI Georgia

  • 1/3 Goes to NAMI National

    NAMI Provides the following:

  • Education: Peer 2 Peer Education for Consumers/Clients with a mental illness, Family to Family Education for those caring for individuals with a mental illness

  • Support Groups: Connection Support for Consumers/Clients and Family Support for Family and Friends

  • CIT Training: Crisis Intervention Training for Police (these are police officers specially trained to deal with individuals with mental illness)

  • IOOV: In Our Own Voice Training and Presentations

  • Click on the NAMI Support button to the left of this screen
  • For additional information call 678.982.5354 or contact Wendy Casper at wacarc67@gmail.com

     

    To renew your membership or become a member online, Click Here for NAMI National or Click here for NAMI Georgia

    In the "Local Chapter" drop down box, select Lawrenceville/Gwinnett County

     

     

     


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