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Month: February 2017

Georgia Southern University Students Attend NAMI Statesboro Meetings

By webmaster / February 15, 2017 / Comments Off on Georgia Southern University Students Attend NAMI Statesboro Meetings

Students from the Georgia Southern University Psychology and Nursing departments are attending NAMI Statesboro meetings this semester . In a recent meeting, Kelli Dickerson, CPS, (photo: front row, right) shared her story … Read more

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Mar 9, 2017 – Dekalb Drama Therapy Begins

By webmaster / February 15, 2017 / Comments Off on Mar 9, 2017 – Dekalb Drama Therapy Begins

A 6-week Drama Therapy class will begin in Dekalb on March 9th. Beginning Thursday March 9th for 6 weeks 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Location First Baptist Church Decatur 308 … Read more

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Weekly Update from the NAMI Georgia Affiliate Director

By webmaster / February 15, 2017 / Comments Off on Weekly Update from the NAMI Georgia Affiliate Director

From Robert Gray, NAMI Georgia Affiliate Director Volunteer Opportunities Please contact our Office Coordinator, at office-nami@namiga.org. NAMI Georgia Office: Volunteers are needed to put together class materials. It is a fulfilling task … Read more

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NAMI Georgia Works with re:imagine/ATL Students

By webmaster / February 15, 2017 / Comments Off on NAMI Georgia Works with re:imagine/ATL Students

On Feb 10th, Turner Broadcasting hosted the re:imagine/ATL kick off at Turner’s Techwood Campus. Through the 10-week STE(A)M program, high school students from three DeKalb County Schools will pair with non-profit clients to become problem solvers … Read more

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Mar 2, 2017 – Georgia Suicide Prevention Day at the Capitol

By webmaster / February 15, 2017 / Comments Off on Mar 2, 2017 – Georgia Suicide Prevention Day at the Capitol

Suicide Prevention Day at the Capitol will be hosted by SPAN-GA . DBHDD Commissioner Judy Fitzgerald will be present at the event. Mar 2, 2017, 9am-2:30pm Georgia State Capitol Atlanta, GA 30334 . Come “Hike the Hill” … Read more

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