What Can You Do?
"Bee" a Stigma Buster! Join NAMI Chelan Douglas today! Get Involved!
Attend a Training and/or Support Meeting! Become a Trainer!
Get Support and Give Support to Others!
"Bee" a Stigma Buster...
Mental illnesses are among the most misunderstood of all physical ailments. These biochemical imbalances of the brain can be devastating to the individual and to their loved ones, but help is available!
NAMI CD volunteers help improve the lives of the mentally ill in our community with free education and support meetings. Break the stigma of mental illness and call today.
Train To Be A NAMI Educator! Facilitator Needed!
Call Charlene at 509-679-6966, for more information on becoming a NAMI educator.
Get Involved! Here are a few community resources here in Chelan and Douglas Counties:
WRAP (Wellness, Recovery, Action, Plan) Course, held quarterly
This free course helps you develop your personal wellness plan, crisis plan or advance directive for your medical charts, yourself, and to give to a loved one. Call Gen Derrick at 509-662-7105.
Sponsored by The Center for those who have loved ones with a substance abuse problem. This support group meets each Thursday from 5:30 to 7 pm at 411 Okanogan Avenue, Wenatchee. 509-662-9673.
Mental Health Ombuds
Need help navigating the mental health and social services system? Do you have a question or complaint about services you've received in our community? Call 886-0700 and get help.
Get Involved! Educate Yourself! Volunteer! Support Yourself and Others!
Have You Heard of PACT?
The Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) is an effective, service-delivery model for people with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Using a 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week, team approach, PACT members deliver comprehensive community treatment, rehabilitation, and support services to people in their homes, at work, and in community settings.
Contact us today:
NAMI Chelan Douglas
PO Box 4051, Wenatchee, WA 98807
509-663-8282 (We will call you back within 24 to 48 hours)
In an emergency, call the Crisis Line for Chelan / Douglas Counties: 509-662-7105
or during the hours of 9 am to 5 pm, go directly to Recovery Innovations, 701 N Miller St, Wenatchee, WA. Ask for the "DMHP" (Designated Mental Health Professional)
or call 911. Tell them that it is "a mental health emergency".
NAMICD Membership Form (Word Document)
What you can do