Honoring Carol Caruso's 11 years at NAMI Montgomery County!
Refreshments provided. RSVP appreciated by October 4th.
October 20, 2016
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Cedarbrook Country Club
RSVP by Monday, October 10th
Thank you to all who presented and attended this free workshop! It was a huge success!
3 CEs awarded by co-sponsor NASW-PA
Click anywhere on this page to view the videos and Powerpoint presentations!
#LikeMindedRally for #MentalHealthReform
July 26, 2016 at Dilworth Plaza, Philadelphia Democratic National Convention
We get it. We have been there. With the understanding unique to those with lived experience, we provide an array of no-cost education programs.
NAMI is the voice of reason, advocating tirelessly at the national, state and local levels, promoting common-sense solutions to solve our nation’s mental healthcare crisis and ensure research advances. NAMI members and leaders are visible and formidable, taking on and winning tough battles.
Our staff and dedicated volunteers are committed to providing support to help individuals navigate the complex mental health system, access services, and provide information on where to turn for help. We reach out and respond to those in need through our office’s Warmline, website, social media channels, and through no-cost peer and family support groups.
NAMI Montgomery County, PA
We are a grassroots organization of families and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. We advocate for lives of quality and respect, without discrimination and stigma, for all of our constituents. We provide leadership in advocacy, legislation, policy development, education and support throughout Montgomery County.
To learn more about us click here.
I have more of an understanding of my daughter’s depression. (after taking Family to Family classes)
The Family to Family teachers are …very caring people who have experienced much the same processes in the mental health system and have true empathy.
Nice to see I am not alone. I now know how to talk to my son in a better way. Communication is a big part of handling a loved one.
This is so important because so many people are silent sufferers living with some type of mental illness. Silent for fear of being judged, ostracized, criticized, etc. I wish we would stop judging and have more compassion because we all need help every now and then.
They (NAMI Family to Family Teachers) were wonderful. They helped open my eyes and helped me understand behaviors better.