Announcing NAMI NC Advocacy Collaborative for affiliates.
NAMI NC is excited to announce an advocacy training collaborative program for affiliates. This program is designed for those affiliates who are looking to take their advocacy skills and initiatives to the next level. This training will not only provide valuable skills to help be a better advocate for mental health issues, but it will also help with growing and sustaining a strong advocacy network within local affiliates and the community. Each affiliate will identify a team of 3 people to participate in the collaborative. The team will be responsible for advocacy efforts in their affiliate along with serving as the primary points of contact with the state office and their affiliate membership. Team members will have the opportunity to participate in special events hosted by NAMI NC, including the opportunity to be trained as a NAMI Smarts for Advocacy Instructor and exclusive advocacy day at the General Assembly.
Affiliates who would like to apply will fill out an application. Applications will be accepted until August 28, 2015. Click here to learn more about the Collaborative and how your affiliate can apply. Please contact Nicholle Karim at email@example.com for inquiries or to request an application.
Announcing NAMI NC Advocacy Collaborative for affiliates. NAMI North Carolina
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