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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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Meetings and Programs

DESCRIPTION

TIME

LOCATION & CONTACT INFO

Public Information and Advocacy Meeting.

2nd Wed. each month
@ 7:00pm

Getting Together Self-Help Center
52 East Main St
Flemington, NJ
908-284-0500

Family-to-Family: a free 12-week workshop for family members of ADULTS who have mental illness.  more

Spring and Fall classes

Larry or Priscilla Cartwright
908-735-4465

Basics: a free 7-week workshop for parents & primary caregivers of CHILDREN/ADOLESCENTS with mental health challenges. more

Spring and Fall classes

Alicia Stevenson 908-892-4299

Family Support Group for caregivers and family members who have a loved one with mental illness.

3rd Thurs. each month @ 7:00pm

Getting Together Self-Help Center
52 East Main St
Flemington, NJ

Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA): for individuals living with a mood disorder. more

Thursdays
@ 7:30 pm

Carrier Clinic, Garden Cafe
Contact 1: Tom
888-226-6437 x103
Contact 2: John
888-226-6437 x101

Educating the Educators: A certified continuing education program offered to educators which offers 3 unique perspectives on mental illness: physician, teachers, and family member. more

varies

Alicia Stevenson 908-892-4299

Law Enforcement Education Program: Designed to help law enforcement officials recognize the symptoms of mental illness and appropriately handle crisis situations. more

TBA, varies

Phil Lubitz 732-940-0991

In Our Own Voice, Living with Mental Illness: Community outreach presentations by individuals who are successfully living with mental illness.  Certified continuing education program.   more

as requested

Jill Zwick 732-996-8271

Supportive Housing: Donations from the community and state grants enabled NAMI Hunterdon to open two successful homes in Hunterdon County for those recovering from mental illness, and living independently.  

908-284-0500


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