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Restaurant Night


Seafood - Steak - Pasta

Thursday, September 25th from  12 - 9 pm

Come out for the food, fun and fundraising!

***MUST Present the flyer (print below) and NAMI is donated 15% of the proceeds.

 Family-to-Family Education Course

A 12-week course to help families arrive at a better understanding of the severe mental illnesses their relatives face.  The illnesses, treatments, medications, problems to expect are covered in depth, as well as coping strategies for family members.  Instructors are trained family volunteers. The class meets once a week for 2.5 hours.

Starting Thursday,  September 11th from 7-9:30 pm

Peer-to-Peer Education Course:

A 10-week course on the topic of recovery for any person with serious mental illness who is interested in establishing and maintaining wellness.  The classes are taught by a team of three trained mentors who are themselves experienced at living well with mental illness. Each class is two hours long.

Starting Monday, September 8th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm


Love NAMI Howard County?  Join Our Community of Ambassadors!!

Our Community Ambassadors support NAMI Howard County in its mission to improve the lives of individuals with mental illness and their families through education, advocacy and support, and to increase awareness of mental illness throughout the community.

NAMI Howard County depends on grants from foundations, membership dues and general contributions to support our work; however, our grants are typically restricted for a specific program, which restricts our ability to use the funds where they are most needed. So, please consider becoming one of our Community Ambassadors. There are different levels of support, and each level offers different benefits and opportunities for recognition. 

Whether you’re an individual or family who wants to support NAMI Howard County or a corporation that’s interested in making a philanthropic impact in the area of mental health in Howard County - there’s a support level that’s right for you!

Please see link at bottom of page for more details.



Related Files

Community Ambassador Individual (PDF File)
Community Ambassador Organization (PDF File)
Printable Flier SHANTY GRILLE (PDF File)

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