NAMI Guilford has wanted to take some time recognizing the Volunteers of our affiliate (which is staffed entirely by volunteers) and we have started with those who were recognized on the state level this past October. We previously profiled Eileen Silber, and now our dear Shirley Vann. (who does much work with her husband Tom.)
In October, Shirley was one of three people statewide recognized with the “Mike Mayer Advocate of the year award” – for “significant impact improving the lives of people living with mental illness”.more » Read More
This past October, NAMI NC recognized Eileen Silber with the “President’s Award” for her work with NAMI. NAMI Guilford is going to do a series of interviews with NAMI Volunteers, and we decided that our first would be with Mrs. Silber.
Eileen first became involved with NAMI in 1983. Among the MANY roles she has fulfilled during her time include: 6 years on NAMI Guilford Board, 2 terms on NAMI NC Board, one of those terms as president,more » Read More
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October 21, 2020
North Carolina’s public Behavioral Health and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) System is undergoing major changes.more » Read More
August 23, 2020
The Community Engagement and Empowerment Team of NC DHHS DMH DD
SAS, in Partnership with the Recovery Concepts Community Center (RC3) and
the Wilson County Substance Prevention Coalition are pleased to offer an online
training on the Reduction of Stigma in our Communities!