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from NAMI.org
The Karen Effect It was the sense of belonging, of being cared for in this most basic way, that Karen and her family needed most.
What Im Thankful for at NAMI
NAMI Advocacy Update: November 2014
Henderson Behavioral Health Advancing Early Intervention
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NAMI Gwinnett Current Activities &

 

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open to registrations, class will be at Lakeview Behavior Health in Norcross, forecasted to start in September 2014 to register send name, address, home and/or cell #  

to Wendy at wacarc67@gmail.com

class will start once 15 people have registered

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PEER 2 PEER CLASS

 

 open to registrations, class will be at St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Snellville, forecasted to start in September 2014, to register send name, address, home and/or cell #

to Wendy at wacarc67@gmail.com

class will start once 15 people have registered
 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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National Alliance on Mental Illness of Gwinnett information cell phone

678.982.5354

Purpose: This phone is to be used to provide you with information in what way we can help with the services NAMI Gwinnett provides and/or to refer you to the persons that can provide the advice and help you need.  

This is not a CRISIS HOTLINE.

Examples of these are: Our Support Groups, Educational classes, meetings, volunteer opportunities, etc.

You may be referred to a NAMI member that may be able to help or give advice for your particular situation, i.e. housing, the system, GRN, etc. 

In the event of a SERIOUS CRISIS we suggest that it may be in your best interest to call family, your doctor, 911 or the Georgia Crisis & Access Line. 

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