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Learn about Mental Illnesses Sign up NOW

12 sessions at NO COST for families who have an adult (17+) relative with a mental illness.  Held in Clemson, we begin Sunday, February 11, from 2:30 pm- 5:00 pm through May 6. (except Easter) Disorders  addressed are depression, bipolar, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsion, schizoaffective complexity, borderline personality, panic attacks,  post-traumatic stress as well as co-occurring addictive Read More

NAMI BASICS Application

WE NEED YOU

Are you a parent or caregiver of a child or young adult diagnosed or experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition? We would love to hear from you! TRAIN TO BECOME A NAMI BASICS TEACHER! JANUARY 15&16, 2018 – 9:00AM-5:00PM 1800 ST. JULIAN PLACE, 1ST FL. COLUMBIA, SC 29204 The NAMI Basics course covers: • Read More

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November 3 2017 Updates

Dear NAMI Family, Our next monthly educational meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 7 at 7:30 pm at the First Baptist Church of Pendleton at 351 S. Broad St. in Pendleton.  Park behind the church and follow the signs to the meetings. For our latest announcements, please go to the ‘NEWS’ tab section of our website, www.namiaop.org. Presentation– Sally Bassida-Lassiter Read More

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NAMI Family-to-Family Course- Register NOW 

Our next NAMI Family-to-Family course will begin on Sunday, February 11, 2018 in Clemson. The course is taught each Sunday, except Easter Sunday, through May 5, 2018. Topics include brain biology, the major mental illnesses, psychiatric drugs, communication skills, problem-solving skills, empathy, self-care recovery and advocacy. Register NOW  with  Michelle Ready 864-882-5131    

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GATEWAY COMMUNITY HOUSE guest speaker TUESDAY Nov. 7

Sally Bissada Lassiter from Gateway House, Inc. will present the Gateway premier adult mental health resource Clubhouse Model at our monthly 7:30 pm SOLUTIONS meeting,  The GATEWAY Community House offers a unique model supplying great hope for long-term success in mental health recovery. The unusual model provides members hope, confidence and belonging. The result is Read More