‘Serving Our Communities Better Together’ NAMI Georgia Annual Conference And Meeting April 21-23, 2017 – Savannah, GA
Join NAMI Georgia leaders, members, and friends as we learn and have fun at this annual NAMI Georgia gathering. The Conference will feature a Keynote Address, two days of workshops, and an awards banquet. The Annual Meeting of Members will follow. To register to attend and find more information, see the NAMI Georgia Annual Conference page.
Workshop Tracks: CIT, Recovery, Emerging Trends, Advocacy, and Affiliate Development.Read More
Coastal Georgia Center information
Free parking is available for 150 vehicles. If this lot is full, the Visitor’s Center lot is on the other side of the building. Parking in this lot is free for the first hour, and then $1.00 per hour. Attached is information about the facility, parking, and nearby restaurants.
Depending on the weather, the Coastal Georgia Center rooms may be a bit chilly so bring a sweater.
The inimitable Ellis Marsalis Quintet, including sons Jason and Delfeayo, will present a one-night concert at the Rich Theatre Auditorium of the Woodruff Arts Center on April 27, 8-9:30 pm. The concert will benefit the Santa Fe Villas, a non-profit which provides permanent supportive housing for homeless individuals.
For tickets contact the Woodruff box office (404-733-5100) or online at For tickets contact the Woodruff box office (404-733-5100) or purchase tickets online. Tickets are $75 per reserved seat; VIP tickets for $125 Read More
NAMI DeKalb invites you to a Mental Health and Faith Institute. NAMI DeKalb will work with faith institutions to help their communities learn about issues facing those living with mental illness, and their significant others. We will also talk about how your faith community can reach out to these individuals and a make a difference in their lives.
To RSVP contact Dianne at 678-468-9430 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the NAMI DeKalb website at www.namidekalb.com.
Join NAMI Northside for this once-a-year informative, free, opportunity to learn what services are available in the Atlanta area for individuals confronted with mental illness.
Organizations and professionals who serve Atlanta’s mental health community will be on exhibit to answer questions and present their services between 10 AM and Noon. FOR THOSE WHO PRE-REGISTER lunch will be provided, followed by an informative panel presentation from 1 PM – 2 PM.
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Please join individuals living with mental illnesses, their care partners, the mental health community and others as we reaffirm our commitment to building our understanding of mental illnesses, increasing access to treatment, and assuring those who are living with mental illnesses that they are not alone.
Support Mental Health Awareness Month by wearing green.
For your comfort, please bring a lawn chair.
Friday, May 19, 2017 Street Theater 7:00 p.m. Vigil 7:30-8:30 p.m Decatur Square Bandstand
Effective immediately, anyone in Georgia experiencing an emotional crisis can text GA to 741741 to text with a trained Crisis Counselor. The service is free, confidential and available 24/7.
You can help spread the word. Download the Crisis Text Line Flyer and distribute anywhere in the community. Ideas for placement include, but are not limited to, school restrooms (including staff restrooms), patient rooms in medical offices, break rooms at businesses, and recreation departments.Read More