One Day Workshop
Working Creatively with Psychosis:
An Exploration of Voice Dialogue, Body Dialogue & Voice Sculpting
Presented by Karen Taylor
Tacoma, Saturday, November 23 9AM – 5 PM (Lundstrom Plaza 10209 Bridgeport Way Lakewood, WA 98499)
Portland, Tuesday November 26 9AM – 5PM (Montevilla Methodist Church – 232 SE 80th Ave, Portland, OR 97215)
This workshop is open to people with lived experience, family members, and clinicians. Working creatively with psychosis is a one-day practice workshop that will explore how we can use Voice Dialogue, Read More
Come join us for our “Bake the Stigma” of Mental Illness
In recognition of World Mental Health Day, NAMI Pierce County will be having a community mental health awareness event. The theme is “Bake the Stigma” and will feature a bake sale with proceeds going towards NAMI Pierce County’s mental health support programs. NAMI Pierce County (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is dedicated to providing Support, Education, Advocacy, and Public Awareness so that families and individuals affected by mental illness Read More
NAMI On Campus at University of Washington Tacoma
BLOOD DRIVE Thursday, November 21st
In Jane Russell Commons Located In William Phillip Hall from 9AM-3PM
Support the NAMI on Campus Club! If we reach our goal of 50 donors, we’ll receive $500 in funding — Some proceeds will go towards an award for 2 students who are willing to share their story about mental illness. Help us end the stigma of mental health. Please come fed, hydrated, and with your Husky Card!
Each donation SAVES 3 LIVES! Signup online, bloodworksNW.org
Call 1-800-398-7888 X Read More
Help us tackle mental health issues on campus and improve the lives of all students.
NEW RSO Club on Campus called NAMI – Come meet us!
Join us for our guest speaker: Robert Weilbacher from Veteran and Military Service Department *November 13th,12:30-1:30pm *Located in Joy Building #109
Needing resources or ways to get involved?
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On Nov. 1, HealthCare.gov started its annual enrollment period for health insurance. If you don’t have health care insurance or you just need to renew your plan, make time to review your health plan options before open enrollment ends on Dec. 15.
Some health plans may deny coverage for pre-existing conditions or don’t cover mental health care, but there is a way to play it safe and make sure you have mental health coverage in 2020.
We’re pleased to announce that REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the following sessions*: Eastern Daytime, Thursdays, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET, Starting Oct.17 Eastern Evening, Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM ET, Starting Oct.17 Pacific Evening, Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM PT, Starting Oct. 17 Central Evening, Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM CT, Starting Oct.16*Please note the TIME ZONE listed for each class time NAMI Homefront is a free, 6-session program for family, friends and significant others of military Service Members and Veterans. The class helps families understand Read More