Family member, partner or loved one with mental illness? This one's for you. An 8-session, 4 week course is taught by trained family members and all course materials are furnished without charge. The Fall 2021 class starts September 28th. The class is for families, partners and friends of individuals with mental illnesses. The course is designed to facilitate a better understanding of mental illness, increase coping skills and empower participants to become advocates for their loved ones. This program was designated as an evidence-based program by SAMSHA and updated in 2020.
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Join the Whatcom County community on Thursday, September 23 for a conversation and Q&A on balancing employment with mental health concerns. We'll be holding the event from 6-8pm. The panel includes NAMI Whatcom peers with lived experience and local behavioral health professionals. Membership is not required; anyone is welcome.
Use this link to register in advance (or join the meeting day-of).
Hosted by a Whatcom community member. Come join us for this festive outdoor market and support our organization! Creative recreators, up-cyclers, collectors of the funky and unusual, local artists and makers gathering to sell their wares. You'll find up-cycled furniture and home decor, clothing and textile art, jewelry, original art, vintage, carefully curated, architectural elements, yard art, art supplies, lotions and potions and more. Hope to see you there!
Los participantes aprenderán sobre diagnósticos, tratamiento, recuperación, estrategias de comunicación, y preparación en caso de una crisis de saludmental. Los líderes también son miembros de familia, y saben lo que es tener un ser querido que padece de una enfermedad mental.
24 julio 2021 | 8:30am-12:30pm
En línea – sobre Zoom
Visita tinyurl.com/familiayamigos para registrarse.
Contáctenos para más información:
Teléfono/texto: (425) 298-531