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from NAMI.org
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Welcome to the NAMI Chelan Douglas web site from beautiful Washington state! 

 

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NAMI Chelan Douglas is a group of volunteers, committed to providing free and low cost support and education for people with mental illness, as well as their families and friends in Chelan and Douglas Counties of Washington State.  We advocate for quality care, and fight for the rights and interests of anyone with mental illness, particularly for those who cannot speak for themselves. 

Join us and break the stigma surrounding mental illness!  How can we help you or a loved one?

A WARM WELCOME TO OUR NEW NAMI CD PRESIDENT BRETT MCDONALD

Brett McDonald, MS LMHC is a private practice mental health counselor who specializes in treating people with Eating Disorders. Brett has been a board member for over a year and is excited to begin her role as President. Brett brings with her a wealth of information and a passion for advocating for those struggling with mental illness. Please be sure to welcome and congratulate Brett. We look forward to great new members, Cindy Ripley and Beth Widby. Welcome all!!!!

NAMI CD SUPPORT MEETINGS:,

 

· Open to all, 5-6:30pm, 1st Monday of the month at Recovery Innovations, 701 Miller Street, Wenatchee.

 

· Open to all, 7-9pm 3rd Tuesday of the month at RiverWest Assisted Living, 900 N. Western Ave., Wenatchee, (the building in the back). Most meetings feature a speaker on a mental health topic from 7-7:30pm. On February 21st Brett McDonald will be speaking about mental health and eating disorders.

 

·Connection for Consumers/Peers, is taking a BREAK until September. Have a wonderful summer!! Wenatchee Questions? Call Patricia 509.665.0620

 

·Family Support Group, 6-7:30, 4th Thursday of the month, Eastmont Community Church, 783 4th St. East Wenatchee. Question? Call Tamie 509.885.8814

 

FREE and low cost Educational Courses held throughout the year and open to everyone!   

Click on the "Support and Education" link to the left for important information about the variety of courses provided for all ages and needs.   


Eating Disorders Seminar

On Monday July 9th from 6-7:30 pm at Confluence Tech Center, 285 Technology Waly (Olds Station, Wenatchee) A FREE presentaion on the disorders an treatment will be offered. Eating disorders have the highest rate of mortality of any mental illness and is the #1 cause of death in girls and young women. Please join us for this informative evening.    

Questions please contact Brett McDonald at 509-679-4556 or email brettcounseling@gmail.com


NAMI WALK

NAMI WALK for mental health awareness and against stigma is being held Saturday, October 27, 2012, in Kirkland. If you want to help find event sponsors (65% of sponsorship comes right back to our community) or if you would like to participate in the walk

We already have one sponsor!!! Thank you Gene Johnson and Recovery Innovations, they will be a $5,000 sponsor for the NAMI WALK.

Questions contact Brett at 679-4556 or brettcounseling@gmail.com

 


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NAMI Chelan Douglas

PO Box 4051, Wenatchee, WA  98807

509-663-8282 (We will call you back within 24 to 48 hours)

 

In an emergency, call the Crisis Line for Chelan / Douglas Counties:  509-662-7105

or during the hours of 9 am to 5 pm, go directly to Recovery Innovations, 701 N Miller St, Wenatchee, WA.  Ask for the "DMHP" (Designated Mental Health Professional)

or call 911.  Tell them that it is "a mental health emergency".


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