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NAMI Voice

In the Fall 2013 Issue:

NAMI On Campus: A Positive Change for Me

By Amanda Swindle, NAMI Christopher Newport University

I felt completely overwhelmed as I walked around my school’s gymnasium during the annual club fair. There were so many organizations! Campus Activities Board, Break Dancing Club, Mixed Martial Arts Club and a whole row of tables dedicated to Greek sororities and fraternities occupied the room....Then, I came across a table with a small amount of people at it. I read the sign that said NAMI ... Read More!

Executive Lights the Way for Increased Awareness

By Chuck Harman, National Director, Strategic Alliances and Development, NAMI

Bart Kennington is a man on a mission. We are thankful that mission is NAMI. As the founder and CEO of Candle Warmers Etc. (CWE) and co-founder and CEO of Bellaroma, Bart Kennington oversees a significant global business that creates and distributes candle warmer and candle products .... As his charity of choice, NAMI is engrained throughout his organization and is even on his business card. Read More!

Share Your Story

Your stories of hope and recovery from mental illness can help others. Please send yours to Jeff Zeidman and have it published in upcoming editions of NAMI Voice. We all have different experiences in life and that is what makes the NAMI community so strong and diverse. NAMI will edit your story for length and clarity, if needed. (Please keep your story to 500-800 words and send a high-resolution photo of yourself along with the article.)

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Fall 2013 NAMI Voice

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