Peer-to-Peer Program

Peer-to-Peer is a free 10-class recovery education course that offers a holistic approach to recovery. This course allows individuals diagnosed with a mental illness to share experiences and gain further insight into their mental health.

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Family-to-Family Program

Family members learn self-care, problem-solving skills, and communications skills, which can later be taught to the entire family unit. Many graduates of the program called it “life-changing” as they develop friendships with others in similar situations.

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In Our Own Voice

Persons with mental illness who are in recovery give their personal stories about living with mental illness.

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Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence (BTS), Teaching the Next Generation about Mental Illness, is an educational program designed for teachers to educate students on 3 grade levels (upper elementary, middle school, and high school) about mental illness. It includes ready-to-teach lesson plans, stories, games, posters, crossword puzzles, and more.

BTS can be presented during a teacher in-service day program.

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Ending the Silence

This is an in-school presentation about mental health designed for high school students.

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Mental Health Awareness on Campus

This NAMI program is designed to educate college students about mental illness.

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