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Explore the links above, to see a description of each of our programs. A few excellent programs offered by non-NAMI organizations are included on these page, identified in the listing with the name of the owning organizations.

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Summary of NAMI Programs by Target Audience

Target Audience Program / Type of Training
Middle and high-school students Ending the Silence Presentation
School staff Parents and Teachers as Allies Presentation
General public In Our Own Voice Presentation
College students NAMI OnCampus Club
Caregivers of children and adolescents who are experiencing mental or emotional challenges Basics Class
Caregivers of people who are experiencing mental health challenges Family-to-Family Class
Adults in recovery Peer-to-Peer Class
Family members, caregivers, and friends supporting service members and/or veterans Homefront Class
Adults (law enforcement, educators, mental health providers, counselors, faith leaders, and other community members) who interact with youth. Youth in Crisis (CIT-Y)
Adults (law enforcement, first responders, clergy, hospital personnel, security officers, and other community partners) Introduction to Behavioral Health and Addictive Diseases (8-hr. or 16-hr.)
General public NAMI Smarts for Advocacy
Adults supporting people who are experiencing mental health challenges Family Support Group
Adults in recovery Connections Recovery Support Group

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