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By Taproot, Inc.
Using a Creative Approach to Community Training: Video Production and Performing Arts for Active Engagement

By bridgeross Communications
Schizophrenia tore their lives apart when, as a young mother, Sakeenah developed it. But, through it all, there was love which at times was the only thing that made sense to her and her daughter Anika. Their story is a message of hope that inspires.

By Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma Elimination
Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma Elimination (WISE) is a new coalition whose focus is to put an end to the stigma of mental of illness through the sharing of stories.

By Project Transition
NAMI PA to honor Dr. Loren H. Crabtree with Exemplary Psychiatrist Award

By bridgeross Communications
Sakeenah Francis and her daughter Anika, the authors of Love's All That Makes Sense, A Mother Daughter Memoir will be the keynote speakers at Recovery Resources on May 1, 2014

By Bridgeross Communications
Having a greater understanding of different ethnicities’ experience with schizophrenia is important for those in the mental health field because culture and race can impact treatment.

By Bridgeross Communications
A Cinderella story in reverse - from a well-respected African American family, college grad and homecoming queen to the ravages of schizophrenia. Despite the mother losing everything and with the trauma on the daughter, love endured.

By Wisecarver Public Relations
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago has been chosen as the non-profit to benefit from The Signature Room's Charity of the Month program. Throughout March, the non-profit will receive 10 percent of sales from the Signature Menu.

By Bridgeross Communications
And that is one reason why Library Journal called What A Life Can Be: One Therapist's Take on Schizo-Affective Disorder by Carolyn Dobbins a useful tool for mental illness advocacy and Dr E Fuller Torrey called the book inspirational

By Georgia Association of Community Service Boards
A recent CIT graduate shares a violent encounter diffused by GACSB taught Crisis Intervention Team training. Law enforcement from Tattnall, Toombs, Bulloch, Pembroke, Glennville, Reidsville, Vidalia and Baxley participate in training sessions.

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By Taproot, Inc.
Using a Creative Approach to Community Training: Video Production and Performing Arts for Active Engagement

By bridgeross Communications
Schizophrenia tore their lives apart when, as a young mother, Sakeenah developed it. But, through it all, there was love which at times was the only thing that made sense to her and her daughter Anika. Their story is a message of hope that inspires.

By Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma Elimination
Wisconsin Initiative for Stigma Elimination (WISE) is a new coalition whose focus is to put an end to the stigma of mental of illness through the sharing of stories.

By Project Transition
NAMI PA to honor Dr. Loren H. Crabtree with Exemplary Psychiatrist Award

By bridgeross Communications
Sakeenah Francis and her daughter Anika, the authors of Love's All That Makes Sense, A Mother Daughter Memoir will be the keynote speakers at Recovery Resources on May 1, 2014

By On Call PR
Community support has been over-the-top for the first South Florida 2013 NAMIWalks event, "Walking for Mental Health," to be held Saturday, November 9 in Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek

By Bridgeross Communications
Having a greater understanding of different ethnicities’ experience with schizophrenia is important for those in the mental health field because culture and race can impact treatment.

By WHOMAG MULTIMEDIA
DEBRA MICHAEL’S FEATURING MR. MIG’S “VOICES” VIDEO SPONSORED BY NAMI PRODUCED BY AWARD WINNING ROB SCHWARTZ OF CHETOWN...

By On Call PR
The National Alliance on Mental Illness Peer-to-Peer consists of ten 2-hour units and is taught by a team of two trained “Mentors” and a volunteer support person who are personally experienced at living well with mental illness.

By Bridgeross Communications
A Cinderella story in reverse - from a well-respected African American family, college grad and homecoming queen to the ravages of schizophrenia. Despite the mother losing everything and with the trauma on the daughter, love endured.

By Anvil Media Inc.
Anvil Media Inc., a digital marketing agency specializing in search engine and social media marketing services, recently announced a quarterly cash donation of $2,500 to NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

By Bridgeross Communications
David Laing Dawson has been investigating schizophrenia for over 30 years as a psychiatrist, film director and writer. Schizophrenia in Focus is the latest of his four films - documentaries and a feature - all now available via cuttingforstone.com.

By Wisecarver Public Relations
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Chicago has been chosen as the non-profit to benefit from The Signature Room's Charity of the Month program. Throughout March, the non-profit will receive 10 percent of sales from the Signature Menu.

By Bridgeross Communications
Why after nearly 25 years in the field would she want to reveal she has a serious mental illness in her new book What A Life Can Be? Dr Dobbins explains in a recent interview with Healthy Place Radio

By Bridgeross Communications
And that is one reason why Library Journal called What A Life Can Be: One Therapist's Take on Schizo-Affective Disorder by Carolyn Dobbins a useful tool for mental illness advocacy and Dr E Fuller Torrey called the book inspirational

By Luna Chica Records
Luna Chica Records COO Brenda Cline honored by NAMI. Music industry veteran is recognized for her advocacy for mental health.

By Toni Hoy
Safeco Insurance selected Hill and Stone Insurance Agent as a Community Hero for her work with NAMI Barrington Area for child mental health.

By Georgia Association of Community Service Boards
A recent CIT graduate shares a violent encounter diffused by GACSB taught Crisis Intervention Team training. Law enforcement from Tattnall, Toombs, Bulloch, Pembroke, Glennville, Reidsville, Vidalia and Baxley participate in training sessions.

By Bridgeross Communications
My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery From Mental Illness is described as an illuminating portrayal in the current issue of the NAMI Advocate. The review also says the book is a gripping story that will capture any reader.

By Georgia Association of Community Service Boards
Members of Evans, Bulloch, Tattnall and Toombs county law enforcement spent 40 hours in CIT Training to help them effectively and humanely interact with persons impacted by mental illness, developmental disabilities, and addictive diseases.

By Gina Snow, GSA Communications
[NOTE TO Producers, Reporters, Assignment & Calendar Editors: Please help us spread the word about the San Francisco Bay Area 5K NAMIWalk on May 21, 2011. Interviews are available leading up to the walk and on-site the "Day Of." Thank you! ]

By The Orca Project Corp
A Japanese aquarium releases the results of a Killer Whale necropsy performed on a female orca named "Nami" who died in captivity last month. She was found to have 491 stones, weighing 81.4 kg (179.5 lbs) in total, lodged in her stomach.

By Bridgeross Communications
Three books, 1 film - An overview - theories, symptoms, treatment; impact on the family in a poignant memoir by a mother - recommended by NAMI; impact on the person described as "compelling and gripping by Library Journal; an uplifting documentary

By Bridgeross Communications
Library Journal continues with "the book takes on a life of its own as MacKay relates her life long struggles......(and) "finds her salvation through art and writing as she learns to capitalize on creative insights gleaned from her ...mental illness

By Bridgeross Communications
After Her Brain Broke: Helping My Daughter Recover Her Sanity, NAMI said, "emphasizes the importance of family and individual education and empowerment" EUFAMI called it "a must read."

By Bridgeross Communications
Ms Inman will be at the National Alliance on Mental Illness convention in Washington, DC and will be signing copies of her book, After Her Brain Broke: Helping My Daughter Recover Her Sanity at 3:00PM, Friday July 2 at the convention book store.

By NAMI
Leading mental health experts speak about challenges people living with BPD face

By NAMI
Sponsored by state and local affiliates of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), NAMIWalks help raise funds for local programs

By NAMI
NAMI's Social Networking Site for Young Adults and Mental Health Offers Free Autographed William Fitzsimmons CD to 1,000th Member

By Christine Armstrong/NAMI
Mental Health, Finances, Relationships, Music and More

By NAMI/ Christine Armstrong
Free weekly support for adults living with mental illness in 45 states

By Bridgeross Communications
Well known US psychiatrist and author, E. Fuller Torrey describes the book as "a model for families". Dr. Daniel Kalla says "a must read for families coping with mental illness and an eyeopener for those of us lucky enough not to have been affected."

By NAMI
On Average, People with Mental illness Live 25 Years Less than Other Americans

By NAMI
New report offers a revealing portrait of the nearly one-in-three American adults who serve as a family caregiver

By NAMI
Recent NAMI survey highlights public is aware of the risks of not receiving care

By NAMI
Almost 50 Percent of Caregivers Have Also Been Diagnosed; More Than One Treatment Option Helpful

By NAMI
U.S. House bill promises key components for people with mental illness

By NAMI
National Alliance on Mental Illness opposes Halloween costumes, attractions that perpetuate mental health illness stereotypes

By NAMI
NAMI joins patient advocates in asking White House to support resources for NIMH

By NAMI
National Alliance on Mental Illness “On Campus” resource available to college students

By Vincent Roa Group, LLC
Nami J. Cho joins the classy and upscale North Bethesda, MD salon Studio 355 and will be offering precision hair cuts, hair extensions, and Japanese thermal relaxers.

By National Alliance on Mental Illness
The 2009 spring issue of the NAMI Advocate Magazine features a cover story about two conversations Matt Kunz of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) had with President Barack Obama on the mental health needs of America’s veterans.

By Mary Todd
Meeting will focus on recognizing the signs of an impending suicide attempt and suicide prevention.



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