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Peer-to-Peer: NAMI's Recovery Curriculum

Peer-to-Peer is a unique, experiential learning program for people with any serious mental illness who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery. Participants come away from the course with a binder of hand-out materials, as well as many other tangible resources: an advance directive; a “relapse prevention plan” to help identify tell-tale feelings, thoughts, behavior, or events that may warn of impending relapse and to organize for intervention; mindfulness exercises to help focus and calm thinking; and survival skills for working with providers and the general public.

For more information,Peer To Peer Mentor Training






NAMI BATON ROUGE IS ANNOUNCING

FAMILY TO FAMILY 12 WEEK EDUCATIONAL CLASSES

WILL BEGIN APRIL 12TH STARTING 6:30PM

UNIVERSITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

3240 DALRYMPLE DRIVE

BATON ROUGE, LA.

TO REGISTER PLEASE CONTACT

FLORENCE DAY @ 225 241-7927

OR BY E-MAILING namibatonrouge@yahoo.com








Celebrate the Holiday Season! 

Christmas Party Invitation 






Florence Day, Author Pete Earley, and Clarice Raichel

Baton Rouge's One Book One Community (OBOC)

Baton Rouge's One Book One Community (OBOC) program has chosen the book "Crazy" by Pete Earley for its summer 2011 selection. This is an excellent opportunity to educate the community about mental illness. For more information or to find out about lunch with the author on July 28th, visit: http://www.readonebook.org/content.cfm?id=32.

There are two important events in particular that I would like to call your attention to:


Name of the Event:
Magnolia Library Book Club
Date: Thursday, July 28
Time: 12:15pm
Place: Baton Rouge Community College Magnolia Library


Description of the Event: Join the Magnolia Library Book Club for a discussion of Crazy by Pete Earley. Bring your lunch along for a lively discussion in the Magnolia Librarys 3rd Floor Conference Room.
Contact Name: Kathryn Seidel
Contact Phone: 225-216-8553
Contact E-Mail: seidelk@mybrcc.edu


 "Crazy" author Pete Earley addresses community

Date: Thursday, July 28, 2011

Time: Program begins at 7:00 p.m.

 Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Place: LSU's Cox Communications Academic Center for Student Athletes.

 Located on the corner of Fieldhouse and North Stadium Drives on the LSU campus. FREE and open to the PUBLIC. FREE parking available throughout the campus the night of the event.

 I would encourage you to attend these  events and invite others.  Let�s show the community that this is a good choice of topics and truly worth discussing! OBOC is a community-wide reading initiative that is organized and executed by a variety of community organizations including LSU. Since 2006, they've selected books with a compelling message to inspire community readers to talk to one another about an issue important to our community. For more information on OBOC,visit readonebook.org

 


NAMI BATON ROUGE IS ANNOUNCING

FAMILY TO FAMILY 12 WEEK EDUCATIONAL CLASSES

WILL BEGIN AUGUST 4TH STARTING 6:30PM

UNIVERSITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

3240 DALRYMPLE DRIVE

BATON ROUGE, LA.

TO REGISTER PLEASE CONTACT

FLORENCE DAY @ 225 241-7927

OR BY E-MAILING namibatonrouge@yahoo.com

 

 


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