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The NAMI Provider Education Program

Class Begins: March 31st, 2014
5 Mondays, 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm

NAMI Ventura County
5251 Verdugo Way, Suite K
Camarillo, CA 93012

There is no charge for the class, however, registration is required.
Note - enrollment is restricted to paid staff or professionals who have been providing services to clients for at least one year.

For a class flyer and registration form, click here


This training course is for mental health professionals, case managers, residential care givers, front office staff, R.N.’s, psychologists, homeless outreach workers, vocational rehabilitation and job counselors, club house programmers, psychiatrists, therapists, and all those who serve individuals with serious mental illness.

The purpose of the program is to help service providers better understand and support individuals with serious mental illnesses and their families.

The Provider Education Program is a series of 5 weekly classes, taught by a trained five member team consisting of:
    two Family-to-Family instructors
    two Provider Education Program-trained consumers
    and one mental health professional.

The NAMI Provider Education course is currently being taught in 21 states.  Over 4000 mental health providers across the United States have participated in this program; nearly all described how their own clinical practices had changed in response to what they learned in this class.


To register, use the Registration Form above or contact NAMI Ventura County:
Call (805) 641-2426 or
Email: or
Fax: (805) 275-2188

Related Files

Provider Education Program Flyer (PDF File)