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January 15, 2020
Each year, as per our by-laws, the NAMI Guilford Annual Meeting lets membership know who is presently on the board. Normally, this would happen as part of our Education Meeting but, since January doesn’t have a fifth Tuesday, we will be holding it on a different date. Join us at 6:30pm on Tuesday, January 21st Room 12A of the First Lutheran Church (3600 w. Friendly Ave.) In addition to letting our members know who is on the board during our NAMI Guilford Read More

    Take a step back from the overwhelming amount of parties, events, and festivities to make sure your mental wellness is where it needs to be. Often, we overwhelm ourselves during the holiday season which not only takes the joy out of these experiences but also takes a toll on our mental health.

    Let’s make this year different.

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    “The fundamentals of caring for you and your child with mental illness.”


    NAMI Basics is a free, 6-week education program for parents and family caregivers of children and teens who are experiencing symptoms of a mental illness or who have already been diagnosed. The course is taught by a trained team with lived experience—they know what you’re going through because they’ve been there. You’ll learn the facts about mental health conditions and how best to support your child at Read More

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    Condensed from WebMD Feature: 25 Ways to Find Joy and Balance During the Holidays – By R. Morgan Griffin

    Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD

    Feeling down during the holidays can be tough, especially since you seem so out of step with the world.

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    Attention Parents & Guardians!


    Adolescents in today’s world are facing mounting mental health and societal issues that are different from those of their parents. To address these issues Mental Health Greensboro will host Youth in Distress, a free adolescent mental health symposium on November 16th from 1-5pm in classrooms 5 & 6 of the Women’s Hospital Education Center.


    Parents and guardians will learn from, speak with, and ask questions to professionals in the field about specific mental health challenges Read More

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