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*Weather Policy*
 
In the case of severe weather the day of a scheduled class or event,
please call the office at (513) 351-3500 for cancellation updates.

Upcoming Classes
 

 

Date

Time

Location

OPEN

Thursdays

Sep 4 - Nov 20, 2014

6:30p.m.

to

9:00p.m.

FOREST PARK
 
Forest Chapel United Methodist Church
680 West Sharon Road
Cincinnati, OH 45240
 

Register for Forest Chapel Family-to-Family 

OPEN

Thursdays

Sep 4 - Nov 20, 2014

6:30p.m.

to

9:00p.m.

MASON
 
Christ's Church at Mason
5165 Western Row Road
Mason, OH 45040
 
Maps and Directions 
 
Register for Christ's Church Family-to-Family

OPEN

Wednesdays

Sep 10 - Nov 26, 2014

6:30p.m.

to

9:00p.m.

HYDE PARK
 
Knox Presbyterian Church
3400 Michigan Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45208
 
Maps and Directions 
 

OPEN

Wednesdays

Sep 10 - Nov 26, 2014

6:30p.m.

to

9:00p.m.

WEST SIDE
 
New Hope Community Church
3707 Edgewood Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45211
 
Map and Directions
 

OPEN

Tuesdays

Sep 30 - Dec 16, 2014

6:30p.m.

to

9:00p.m.

ANDERSON
 
Child Focus Inc.
551 Cincinnati-Batavia Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45244
 
Map and Directions
 
 
 
If you are unable to attend a current class, please register for the waiting list for notification of future classes. 

 

Register for the waiting list.

 

What is NAMI’s Family-to-Family Program?

The NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program is a FREE, 12-week course for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses. 

  • The course is taught by trained family members 
  • All instruction and course materials are free to class participants

 

What does the course include?

  • Current information about schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder (manic depression), panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, borderline personality disorder, and co-occurring brain disorders and addictive disorders
  • Up-to-date information about medications, side effects, and strategies for medication adherence
  • Current research related to the biology of brain disorders and the evidence-based, most effective treatments to promote recovery
  • Gaining empathy by understanding the subjective, lived experience of a person with mental illness
  • Learning in special workshops for problem solving, listening, and communication techniques
  • Acquiring strategies for handling crises and relapse
  • Focusing on care for the caregiver: coping with worry, stress, and emotional overload
  • Guidance on locating appropriate supports and services within the community
  • Information on advocacy initiatives designed to improve and expand services
 
 

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Hamilton County
 4790 Red Bank Expressway • Suite 218  Cincinnati, OH 45227
p 513.351.3500 • f 513.351.6352 
  info@namihc.org  www.namihc.org


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