NAMI Georgia and its affiliates are hosting a variety of upcoming classes. See below for information on upcoming NAMI Basics, Peer to Peer, Family to Family, Ending the Silence, Homefront, NAMI Smarts, Introduction to Behavioral Health and Addictive Diseases, and Georgia Youth In Crisis programs.Introduction to Behavioral Health and Addictive Diseases
Introduction to Behavioral Health and Addictive Diseases is designed for first responders, clergy, hospital personnel, security officers, and others who wish to learn about mental health Read More
Audrey Brown, NAMI Savannah Shawn Ely, NAMI Savannah Susan lollar, NAMI Moultrie… Kelly Jones, NAMI Moultrie Ted Stoltman, NAMI Moultrie Elaine White, NAMI Albany Eric Roberts, NAMI DeKalb Odessa Larkin, NAMI Gwinnett Mary Antney Barnes, NAMI DeKalb Kent Todd, NAMI Moultrie Alan Adam, NAMI Moultrie Varndura Butler, NAMI DeKalb Walter Kozik, NAMI Cobb Paul Uccello, Read More
NAMI was thrilled to be present for the award presentation of “2018 Champion for Healthy Seniors” to Representative Doug Collins. L to R: Brian Feldman, Healthcare Leadership Council; Jennifer Wilson, Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease; Representative Doug Collins; Derek Norton, Medical Association of Georgia; Gary McBride, NAMI Hall CountyRead More
Spend your lunch break with the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities!
GCDD Public Policy Director Dawn Alford and the Center for Public Representation’s Director of Advocacy Alison Barkoff will spend the lunch hour explaining new changes to Medicaid-financed personal care services and home health care services. This will impact individuals who rely on the NOW, COMP, ICWP, CCSP, or SOURCE waiver.
Co-sponsored by the Statewide Independent Living Council, the Arc of Georgia, the Georgia Council on Aging, Parent 2 Parent of Georgia, Read More
Join NAMI Augusta for an introduction to the NAMI HomeFront program. Hear the details about this important NAMI offering and how it can help veterans and their family members in your community. NAMI Homefront is a free, 6-session educational program for families, caregivers and friends of military service members and vets with mental health conditions. This introductory event is free of charge and open to the general public. Held in the Fellowship Hall of Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church at Read More