NAMI Chelan-Douglas had our annual "Kid's Day" at Memorial Park for Apple Blossom 2014. Thank you to all our volunteers who helped get the word out about mental health support in our community!
NAMI would like to thank Recovery Innovations for so generously offering to accommodate our monthly Monday night support meetings. We appreciate all you do to foster the collaboration that best serves our members and your Wellness City participants.
Tami Puglisa, Caleb Knowlton, Brett McDonald, Patricia Renew and Helen Njus celebrated Recovery Innovations CEO Gene Johnson's generous gift to NAMI Washington with fellowship and a photo. Thank you to Gene Johnson (CEO of Recovery Innovations) and all their wonderful staff for providing this essential support!
Crunch Pak supports NAMI with monetary grants and has done so for several years. Thank you for your support!
Education & Support
Our FREE programs help consumers, families, and friends improve their lives and the lives of the mentally ill in our community with classes, support, and information NAMI can help.
Family to Family
Helps families and loved ones understand mental illness, medications, behaviors, treatments and how to advocate for care.
Call Tamie 509-885-8814509-885-8814/Mary 509-470-7789509-470-7789
Helps families, teachers and caregivers of children who have childhood mental health and behavior disorders understand the illnesses and advocate for proper care.
Call Suzanne 509-881-0611509-881-0611/Jim 509-881-4934509-881-4934
Peer to Peer
Helps individuals with mental health issues learn about specific mental illnesses, medications available and how to be a better advocate for themselves.
Call Patricia 509-665-0620509-665-0620
Visit NAMI National www.nami.orgfor information about your state and local NAMI affiliates and for excellent information on mental health or call 800-950-6264800-950-6264.
We are the Chelan-Douglas chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Our mission is to provide support, education and advocacy for persons with mental illness, their families and friends. To promote quality of care, rights and interests of citizens with mental illness, particularly for those who cannot speak for themselves and to advocate for mental health policies at the local, state, and national levels to accomplish these objectives. NAMI CD is the local affiliate of the national organization, a 501c3 non-profit and run by volunteers.
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