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Programs  

NAMI El Paso offers classes for those personally affected and for the family members and loved ones of those with mental illnesses. These classes are invaluable to the family and to the consumer. You will learn coping skills, problem, solving techniques, and information about the various mental illnesses, medications and advocacy.   

All classes, support groups, trainings, and materials are free of charge.   

Classes are offered in English and Spanish.   

Our classes and support groups are taught by family members who have previously taken the class and trained to become teachers.  

The more we learn about mental illness, the more we can help our loved ones and ourselves.  

Please view our calendar or contact the office to view our latest programs.

We look forward to learning about mental illnesses with you. You are not alone.

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F2F English

Saturday, September 20-December 6, 2014, 9-11 a.m. 

Class will be held at Family Services of El Paso, 6040 Surety Drive, 79905.

Contact Nellie Tabarez at nt.nami.ep@gmail.com or (915) 929-9300 or our office at elpaso.nami@dshs.state.tx.us or (915) 534-5478 to register for the next Family-to-Family class.

In order to ensure we have enough material for everyone, you must pre-register for the class.

 


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