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from NAMI.org
10 Tips for Managing Mental Health in the Workplace Work can play a vital role in recovery—it gives the day purpose. Here are some ideas on how to make the most of every day.
Exploring The World of Human Emotions
Celebrating Recovery through Work
Understanding What HIPAA Means for Mental Illness
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Family to Family
This is one of NAMI's oldest and most helpful courses for caregivers, friends and family members. This free twelve-week course is available twice each year, usually beginning in February and August. Among the topics covered are: diagnoses, recovery, symptoms of metal illness, medications, communication with doctors and relatives, problem solving, and advocacy. Those who have attended these classes have claimed the lessons to be life changing, eye opening, and extremely helpful. Pre-registration is required. For more information contact Susan Vogel at (803) 366-6138.

In Our Own Voice
During this inspirational one-hour presentation, two individuals share their triumphs and struggles living with mental illness. Offered to church, civic groups, colleges, universities and other organizations. For more information contact Betsey O’Brian at (803) 802-4484.

NAMI Basics
Peer-led educational ourse for parents/caregivers of a child with emothional or ehavioral challenges or a diagnosis of a mental illness. Pre-registration is required. For more information contact Betsey O’Brian at (803) 802-4484.

Parent & Teacher Allies
A two-hour in-service education program designed to help school staff better understand the early warning signs of mental health treatment needs of student and how best to intervene so that youth with treatment needs are linked to services. For more information contact Betsey O’Brian at (803) 802-4484.

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