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In Our Own Voice
The BrainStorm: Our Monthly Newsletter
Voice Awards Honor Advocates, Films and TV Shows
NAMI recognizes the advocates, films and television shows that portray mental illness in a respectful way.
Technology as a Tool for Recovery—A Promising Practice
Howie Mandel: No Laughing Matter
YANA: I’m Not Crying For Your Attention
-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