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from NAMI.org
Go Vote. Mental Health Care Depends On It. Get to know your candidates before you go to the polls. They can have a big impact on health care.
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Culturally Competent, Clinically Relevant
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Monthly Educational Meeting

NAMI Aiken holds a monthly educational meeting on the 4th Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at Aiken First Baptist Church (Downtown) in the Parlor Room. 

The meeting is open to anyone who is interested in mental health issues. 

We usually have a guest speaker(s).  Past speakers have included a psychiatrist, a psycho pharmacologist, peer specialist, state and local mental health leaders. 

Family-to-Family Course (12 Weeks) Class

This course is for relatives and partners/significant others of an adult with a mental illness.  The topics covered are the major mental illnesses, psychiatric medications, brain biology, communication skills, problem-solving skills, self-care, recovery, and advocacy.  For more information call Lynne at (803) 257-2388 or email namiaiken@aol.com

Visit the NAMI Family to Family video that gives more insight to what the program covers.

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