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from NAMI.org
10 Tips for Managing Mental Health in the Workplace Work can play a vital role in recovery—it gives the day purpose. Here are some ideas on how to make the most of every day.
Exploring The World of Human Emotions
Celebrating Recovery through Work
Understanding What HIPAA Means for Mental Illness
-more at NAMI.org-
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*Weather Policy*
 
In the case of severe weather the day of a scheduled class or event, please call the office
at (513) 351-3500 for cancellation updates.

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                                                                                                                                                        As NAMIWalks celebrates our 12th Anniversary in 2014, we are proud to be the largest and most successful mental health awareness and fundraising event in America!

Through NAMIWalks' public, active display of support for people affected by mental illness, we are changing how Americans view persons with a mental illness.


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  We are so excited to announce our 2014 NAMIWalks Sponsors

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NAMI HAMILTON COUNTY  

Mental illness, an often isolating illness, affects one in five people.  It affects persons of any age, race, religion or socioeconomic status.  It affects the entire family.  Mental illnesses are biological brain disorders and can disrupt a person’s thinking, feelings, mood, ability to relate to others, and daily functioning.  Mental illnesses are treatable medical conditions.  Thanks to research and medical advances in medications and treatment, recovery is possible. Many people feel isolated by mental illness due to the stigma and misinformation surrounding it.  If your life has been touched by mental illness, you are not alone.

NAMI of Hamilton County is a grass-roots education, support and advocacy organization founded in 1979. We offer educational programs, support groups and an information and referral phone line. We work together with our national organization NAMI and our state affiliate NAMI Ohio. The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Hamilton County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under federal tax guidelines.

Our website contains the latest information on our meetings, support groups, and other activities. We hope you find the information on this site helpful. Check the menu bar at the left for all details of our programs and events!


 
EDUCATION QUICK LINKS
 
**Online registration is now available for our education courses.**
 
**All courses are offered at no cost.**
 
 
››  NAMI Peer-to-Peer classes for individuals living with a mental illness.
      Find a location near you. more info... 
 
 
››  NAMI Basics classes for parents and other caregivers       *FREE CHILDCARE
      of children and adolescents living with mental illnesses.     *FREE MEALS  
      more info...                                                                 
 
      *Not available at all locations
 
 
››  NAMI Family-to-Family classes for family members and loved ones of individuals
      living with a mental illness.  Find a location near you. more info... 
 
 
*Weather Policy*
 
In the case of severe weather the day of a scheduled class or event, please call the office at (513) 351-3500 for cancellation updates.
 

 
 
 
 
 

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 
  info@namihc.org  www.namihc.org 


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