Horse Assisted Therapy with NAMI CCNS

Sunday August 27 – Equine Assisted Therapy

*Click here for PDF* Equine Assisted Therapy for People with Mental Health Conditions Sunday August 27, 2018 3:30 – 5:30 pm Equestrian Connection, 600 N. Bradley Road, Lake Forest, IL 60045 Demonstrations, instructions, and mounted riding experience. Equestrian Connection of Lake County and the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Cook County North...

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2017 NAMI CCNS Family to Family Fall

2017 Fall Family to Family (of Adults) Class

Here is the Fall 2017 Schedule for Family to Family * Click to download a PDF * * Call 847-716-2252 and talk with Fay or Moira to register! *  Fall – 2017      Tuesday evenings, September 12 – November 28, 6:30 – 9:00 pm,                 At New Trier Northfield High School, 7 N....

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2017 NAMI CCNS WALK RUN

Sponsor NAMICCNS 5k Walks & Runs! Sunday September 24, 2017

* Click here for PDF * Sponsor and donate HERE! Register to walk/run HERE! Sponsorship Letter: It may surprise you to learn that an average of one of every five of the employees at your company/organization will experience a mental health disorder each year.  In fact, the World Health Organization...

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2017 Spring Basics for Parents Class – *Starts April 25* in Park Ridge

* Click here for PDF download * Do You Have a Child with Emotional or Behavioral Difficulties? NAMI Basics for Parents Class provides Education and Support for You, Your Family, and Your Child FREE, six week course offered for parents or family caregivers of school-age children and adolescents with mental health issues....

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2017 NAMI Older Adults and Depression Seminar

Public Education Meeting – Older Adults and Depression Seminar

Click here for PDF April 4, 2017 | Cost: Free 7:00-8:30 PM This community education seminar focuses on identifying and treating older adults with depression and is appropriate for community members and professionals. Since depression can present differently in the older adult population, it is important to recognize symptoms and differentiate between...

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