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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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