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Peer-to-Peer is a 10 week education program,
facilitated by two trained individuals who are living successfully with a mental illness.
[Course Details]

*** Spring 2013 Class ***
Wednesday evenings, beginning April 3rd 6:00-8:00pm
Forge Ahead Clubhouse (Gallahue MHC)
1600 North Ritter, Indianapolis

[Flyer is attached below]

Peer-to-Peer is offered at no cost to anyone with a
diagnosed mental illness, in recovery* and interested
in the sharing of experiences and techniques on how to
maintain wellness.

*”Recovery” is defined by each individual; The Peer-to-Peer program
welcomes participants at all levels of the recovery process.

Registration is required by calling NAMI Indianapolis at 317-257-7517,
or email at info@namiindy.org. Early Registration is suggested!

Peer-to-Peer is presented in collaboration by:
NAMI Indianapolis and
NAMI Indiana


Related Files

Flyer P2P Spring 2013 (PDF File)

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