Peer to Peer Class Begins September 11, 2015

Peer to Peer class is for those with a brain disorder who would like to know more about mental illness. The class involves such things as the causes and science behind the various mental illnesses, a chance to share one’s own story and exercises for recovery. Class will be held on Fridays 1-3pm in Pasadena.

Contact Dana Dunlap, namisgvconsumer@gmail.com or call 626-577-6697.


Peer to Peer Class Begins September 11, 2015 NAMI – San Gabriel Valley
Thank you! Peer to Peer Class Begins September 11, 2015
NAMI News and Update: NAMI – San Gabriel Valley

NOTE: The National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. So the information I share will not alway be from Charlotte County. Or Port Charlotte. The info is from other resources dedicated to learning. https://www.nami.org

Transparency:
THIS BLOG AND IT’S CONTENTS is not an Official NAMI website. I am just a member and it is a fan site. I am sharing from public domain content. As a member as my local National Alliance on Mental Illness right now I am using RSS number national NAMI feed info. Including adding my own content.

Central Florida Behavioral Health Network

Central Florida Behavioral Health Network

presents the three-day Free course:

 

FLORIDA LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

The Leadership Academy is an educational training program for individuals who are eager to strengthen their leadership, networking, and advocacy skills. This training focuses on creating system and community changes through collective self-determination, which exemplifies empowerment!

 

Topics covered include the Florida Legislative Process and funding sources, strategies to become a successful advocacy leader, shared decision making, problem solving, and effective communication with community stakeholders including providers, agencies and legislators.

 

WHO:        This class is for PEERS, VETERAN PEERS, FAMILY MEMBERS and CAREGIVERS OF ADULT CHILDREN AND YOUTH DIAGNOSED WITH MENTAL ILLNES

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WHEN:      Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday May 11, 12, & 13, 2015

 

TIME:         8:00 am – 5:00pm daily

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WHERE:   Sarasota, Florida

 

HOW:        Class size is limited and acceptance for registration is by application and interview. For more information and to register:

Contact co-facilitators Stephanie Wolf, at stephanie.freskos.wolf@gmail.com or call 727-544-3560, or Patricia Adams at zja1993NJ@yahoo.com or 727-520-6808 for registration information and to obtain an application.
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NAMI Smart Advocacy Training


NAMI Smarts for Advocacy – Prepare to the Walk-a-Mile in My Shoes Advocacy Event at the Michigan Capitol

May 5, 2015 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Ingham County Human Services Building
5303 S Cedar, Enter Door #3
Lansing, MI 48910
Have you ever  thought of yourself as an advocate? Do you want to learn the basics of advocacy for mental health policies and practices?
Grassroots advocacy is simple; you don’t have to know about policies or politics. It’s about using your voice to influence policy makers and making a difference.
Make your voice heard. NAMI Smarts for Advocacy will enhance your advocacy skills and help you shape a powerful and personal story that will move policy
makers.
Whether you are new to advocacy or have years of experience you will leave the training with messages,step-by-step tools and the practice you need to feel informed, confident and ready to make a difference.
You will learn advocacy from the first of three modules called Telling Your Story. (Save the date for the full 3-session Smarts Training which will occur the day before the NAMI Michigan Conference, May 13).
Dinner and refreshment will be provided. RSVP 517-484-3404 or info@namilansing.org.
FREE!
Thanks for your work as an advocate for mental health. We forward to seeing you May 5.

NAMI Smart Advocacy Training NAMI Lansing
Thank you! NAMI Smart Advocacy Training
NAMI News and Update: NAMI Lansing

NOTE: The National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. So the information I share will not alway be from Charlotte County. Or Port Charlotte. The info is from other resources dedicated to learning. https://www.nami.org

Transparency:
THIS BLOG AND IT’S CONTENTS is not an Official NAMI website. I am just a member and it is a fan site. I am sharing from public domain content. As a member as my local National Alliance on Mental Illness right now I am using RSS number national NAMI feed info. Including adding my own content.