NAMI offers mental illness support for faith-based communities
The National Alliance on Mental Illness will offer speakers who will share their personal stories of recovery from mental illness.
BEMIDJI -- The National Alliance on Mental Illness is set to sponsor speakers who will share their personal stories of recovery from mental illness in a free, online presentation designed for faith-based communities from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, May 28.
The "In Our Own Voice" speakers provide a unique public education program in which trained speakers share their journey with mental illness, hope and recovery. This special one-hour presentation is for people who are part of a faith community and want to learn more about mental illnesses as well as resources to support their recovery or the recovery of their loved ones, a release said.
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To register for this presentation, click on “Classes” at namimn.org .