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from NAMI.org
Working Together for Common Ministry Clergy don't often have the tools necessary to help congregants with mental illness. This is how we can change that.
Why Punishing Challenging Behavior Doesn’t Work
YANA: This is Why I Walk
NAMI Advocacy Update: September 2014
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PROGRAMS

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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