NAMI Mid-Carolina Redirect
In Our Own Voice
The BrainStorm: Our Monthly Newsletter
The Karen Effect
It was the sense of belonging, of being cared for in this most basic way, that Karen and her family needed most.
What I’m Thankful for at NAMI
NAMI Advocacy Update: November 2014
Henderson Behavioral Health Advancing Early Intervention
-more at NAMI.org-
Through the generosity of Carolyn Holderman,
CLIMATES OF THE MIND
, is available free on
Hot off the press! Be sure to read Mid-Carolina’s Essential Guide for Mental Health Providers and Families,
”What Hurts/What Helps”.
Dr. James W. Hayes says, “Everything that you need to know is here in a succinct easy to read publication.”
"What Hurts/What Helps”. (click here)
What Hurts/What Helps - For Providers & Families
HHS "A Patients Guide to the HIPAA Privacy Rule"
HHS "A Health Care Providers Guide to HIPAA Privacy Rule"
Be Prepared for an Emergency - Treatment Advocacy Center
South Carolina Health Care Power of Attorney
Special Needs Trust Program Power Point
CIT Pocket Card Communicating with Someone with Pschiatric Illness
Qualities of a Good Psychiatrist and How to Communicate
Governors Congratulations Letter
Legislators Congratulations Letter
NAMI National website
NAMI South Carolina website
Mental Health America (MHA) website
Mental Health America in SC (MHA-SC) website
SC SHARE website