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September 30, 2019

   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 more »

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Help Make a Difference…..Volunteers Needed!

September 10, 2019

Help Make a Difference…..Volunteers Needed! As a grassroots, non-profit organization, NAMI Pierce County depends on volunteers in order to exist.  From the Board of Directors to our NAMI Signature program facilitators, it’s their willingness to volunteer for our organization that allows us to provide the services and support to our community. We are seeking volunteers more »

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“Bake the Stigma” of Mental Illness

September 4, 2019

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 more »

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NAMI’s Statement Regarding President Trump’s Comments On Reinstitutionalizing People With Mental Illness

August 23, 2019

8/16/2019 Yesterday, President Trump revisited his statements about reopening mental “institutions” and perpetuated false stereotypes. Two weeks ago, the president also called people with mental illness “monsters.” In response, National Alliance on Mental Illness Acting CEO Angela Kimball released the following statement: “The president should be talking about better care and earlier access to intensive more »

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Register Today For A SAMHSA Webinar On Person And Family Centered Care

Join us for a SAMHSA-Sponsored Webinar, “Focus on the Family: Using Person and Family-Centered Care for Mental Health.” To achieve and sustain mental health, individuals with serious mental illness need access to an array of treatment options and need to be actively engaged in their own treatment and recovery support plan. Person and family-centered care more »

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