Interim Voice | Two Individuals Share Their Compelling Story

In Our Own Voice (IOOV) is a unique community education program developed by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Two individuals, living with mental illness, share their compelling, personal stories. Insights into what mental illness is, the effect the illness has had on their lives, and the prejudices and...

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Ask The Psychiatrists with Jesse Orrico

Annual Meeting | Ask the Psychiatrist

Join NAMICCNS for our annual meeting and presentation by an expert on the latest treatments and research in mental health. Presenting Laura Praise, MD, Medical Director, Doreen E. Chapman Center Journey Care Administration Building Directions: Willow Rd. to Ravine Way winding onto Claire Court

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WRAP Class | Fall 2018

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) WRAP is an 8 week class to develop plans for daily living. It was created by Mary Ellen Copeland, PhD, while she was working on mental health recovery. WRAP-Wellness Recovery Action Plan focuses on learning to maintain wellness and recovery. Create your own individual Wellness...

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NAMI Basics | Fall 2018

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. Classes include: Understanding the illnesses that...

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Balance for Success Support Group

Our Balance for Success Support Group is for individuals living with mental health issues who are balancing recovery with work or college life. This support group focuses on the challenges that comes with the everyday pressures of daily life for people in these situations. There is no registration required to...

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Connections Support Group | Mount Prospect

NAMI CCNS invites you to our Connections Support Group Our Connections Support Group is for individuals living with mental health issues. Knowing that others have similar experiences is a relief to individuals who seldom speak about their mental illness. In a comfortable environment, you can talk with no fear of...

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Connections Support Group | Park Ridge

NAMI CCNS invites you to our Connections Support Group Our Connections Support Group is for individuals living with mental health issues. Knowing that others have similar experiences is a relief to individuals who seldom speak about their mental illness. In a comfortable environment, you can talk with no fear of...

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Connections Support Group | Evanston

NAMI CCNS invites you to our Connections Support Group Our Connections Support Group is for individuals living with mental health issues. Knowing that others have similar experiences is a relief to individuals who seldom speak about their mental illness. In a comfortable environment, you can talk with no fear of...

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Dual Solutions Support Group | Evanston

Who should come? If you’re experiencing co-occurring mental health and addiction issues, join us in lively, supportive conversation. We provide a free, peer-led support group helping each other stay in recovery from mental health and substance misuse issues. You can talk with no fear of stigma or shame. No registration,...

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