LAST OFFICIAL NAMI POSTING

In order to keep things going around here, we have decided to merge with NAMI Lee County.  We are actually forming a regional group with Lee, Sarasota, and Hendry Counties…  Lee has the infrastructure and knowledge to make things happen.  We have actually dissolved NAMI Charlotte.

Karen Clark.

This blog is now officially a NON-official fan blog of NAMI. Having no direct connection to NAMI other then being a member and fan. I will post and keep reader updated on NAMI Local and national events. But as of June 28 this blog stop being part of the NAMI Charlotte.

NAMI Adult Ask the Doctor Call June 26th

From NAMI:

Adult Ask the Doctor Call

Save the Date: June 26th, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Topic: Strong Advocacy Effort Needed to Help Smokers with Mental Illness

Speaker: Dr. Jill Williams

Please submit questions for our speakers to askthedoctor@nami.org and include “Adult Ask the Doctor Question” in the subject line. We will select a few questions to feature on the call before opening the lines to questions from the callers.

Friday adult conference calls with Dr. Ken Duckworth, NAMI’s medical director and a child and adolescent psychiatrist, take place on the fourth Friday of every month. The calls are toll free and are scheduled from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. E.T. To access the toll-free call, please dial 1-888-858-6021; access number 309918#.


NAMI Adult Ask the Doctor Call June 26th NAMI Lansing
Thank you! NAMI Adult Ask the Doctor Call June 26th
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.

Jennifer Rothman leaves NAMI NC

It is with sadness that we announce the resignation of our Young Families Program Director, Jennifer Rothman. Jennifer has been with NAMI NC for 8 years and in her tenure has helped to build a foundation for our organization. From the work she has done raising awareness of the needs of children and families who are struggling with the lived experience of mental illness to her leadership in the State Collaborative for Children, Youth and Families.

Jennifer worked tirelessly to build relationships and to be a force for change in NC. We will miss Jen’s laughter and energy in the state office but know she is out there creating change and being the great advocate she is for all of our members. Thank you, deeply and profoundly, Jennifer for your commitment and years of service to NAMI NC. Best of luck to you and may the winds carry you far in your journey.

Jennifer Rothman leaves NAMI NC NAMI North Carolina
Thank you! Jennifer Rothman leaves NAMI NC
NAMI News and Update: NAMI North Carolina

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.

NAMI Ask the Doctor Call June 19th: Black Box Warning Labels

FROM NAMI:  Children’s Ask the Doctor Call

Save the Date: June 19th, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Topic: Black Box Warning Labels

Speakers: Dr. Eugene Beresin & Dr. Steven Schlozman

Please submit questions for our speakers to askthedoctor@nami.org and include “Children’s Ask the Doctor Question” in the subject line. We will select a few questions to feature on the call before opening the lines to questions from the callers.

Friday children’s conference calls with Dr. Ken Duckworth, NAMI’s medical director and a child and adolescent psychiatrist, take place on the third Friday of every month. The calls are toll free and are scheduled from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. E.T. To access the toll-free call, please dial 1-888-858-6021; access number 309918#.


NAMI Ask the Doctor Call June 19th: Black Box Warning Labels NAMI Lansing
Thank you! NAMI Ask the Doctor Call June 19th: Black Box Warning Labels
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.