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Congressional Budget Bill a Mixed Bag This past weekend Congress passed a spending bill that covers the rest of the 2015 fiscal year. Here's how it will impact funding for mental health.
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There is no charge for our programs and they are open to anyone regardless of membership in NAMI.

Our support programs include:

  • Support Groups for Family Members and Friends Who Care for an Adult with a Mental Illness
  • A Support Group conducted in Spanish for Family Members and Friends Who Care for an Adult or Teen with a Mental Illness
  • Support Groups for Parents and Caregivers of Children and Teens with Mental Health Issues
  • NAMI Connection - A Support Group for Individuals Living with Serious Mental Illness
  • Sunday Suppers - A social opportunity for adults living with mental illness

NAMI Howard County is grateful to the following sponsors of Sunday Suppers.   Adults living with a mental illness have been gathering on the third Sunday of the month since 1982 to enjoy a home cooked meal made possible by:

  • St. John The Evangelist Roman Catholic Parish
  • Our Shepherd Lutheran Church
  • Church of the Resurrection Men's Club
  • The Columbia Chapter of Jack & Jill
  • Celebration Church
  • Credella Duvall
  • Calvary Lutheran Church
  • St. John United Methodist Presbyterian
  • Unitarian Universalist Society

Please visit our support programs  page for more information.

Our education programs include:

  • The Family-to-Family Education Course 
  • The NAMI Basics Education Course
  • The Peer-to-Peer Education Course
  • The In Our Own Voice: Living with Mental Illness Presentation
  • NAMI Howard County Educational Forums
  • Parents & Teachers as Allies: Recognizing Early Onset Mental Illness in Children and Teens 

Please visit our education programs  page for more information.

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