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MULTICULTURAL OUTREACH

 

NAMI GREATER CLEVELAND OBSERVES:
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month press release.

In celebration of National Minority Mental Health Month

We present:
THE SECOND ANNUAL FRESH FRIDAY
July 18, 2014, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.

"Refresh"

Fun Activities!
Door Prizes!
Information!
And More!

National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month came into
being in honor of Bebe Moore Campbell,
New York Times bestselling author. Some of her award
winning works chronicled the impact of mental illness,
such as 72 Hour Hold and Sometimes My Mommy Gets Angry.

Cuyahoga County Library - Warrensville Hts. Branch
4415 Northfield Center Road
Warrensville Hts., Ohio 44128
 
Free and Open to all! Have some fun and find the help you need.
Raffle held at the end of each activity.


NAMI Greater Cleveland offers outreach and support programs to empower
individuals and their families affected by mental illness.

NAMI Latino Multicultural Action Center from Amanda Wang on Vimeo.

NAMI's Multicultural Outreach Program targets the mental health needs of the
African American and Hispanic/Latino communities. Many individuals may suffer needlessly
from mental disorders such as clinical depression, schizophrenia, panic/anxiety,
obsessive compulsive disorder(OCD) and bipolar disorder.

Mental illness is not uncommon and is as diverse as the people who have it.
The percentage of African Americans receiving needed care is only half that of whites
and only 24% of Hispanics/Latinos with depression and anxiety receive appropriate care
compared with 34% of whites with the same diagnosis.

NAMI can Help. We provide culturally specific programs and services directed and sensitized
to the needs and concerns of African American and Hispanic/Latino Communites.

Easy Access to Services
Our services are located withing the community. Many are within walking
distance and on bus routes.

Education
NAMI has a resource library containing
books, pamphlets, videos and
other resource materials.

Support
Support groups that help families deal with
mental illness challenges. (See Support Groups)

Family-to-Family
Family members teach a free 12-week 
course emphasizing the knowledge and
skills needed to help cope with mental illness.

Peer-to-Peer
A 9-week experiential education course
for any person with serious mental illness
who is interested in establishing and
maintaining wellness.

Hand-to-Hand
This free 12-week course is for parents who have children with mental and
emotional disorders.

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Related Files

2011 Hispanic Health Directory (PDF File)
press release 6-11 (Word Document)

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