The program is taught by trained family members who have a loved one, friends or significant others with a mental health condition, from depressive disorders to schizophrenia to bipolar disorder. NAMI Family-to-Family sessions, also lasting for eight weeks, provide mutual support as they offer increased understanding and advocacy skills while helping participants maintain their own well-being. The Zoom class begins starts at 6 and lasts until 8:30 p.m. on May 6, Thursdays, to June 24. Registration is required.
Held weekly, the first of two sessions begins at 10 a.m. May 11, Tuesdays; the second begins at 5 p.m. May 12, Wednesdays. For those interested, registration is required but not a formal diagnosis.
To register, send an email to Dr. Cervantes, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. As participants learn in a respectful, understanding and hopeful environment, it offers information, skills, resources and “a community of support,” organizers say.
Source The resource line at NAMISolano County is 422-7792; the office number is 438-9510.
For more information, contact Sunny Bradford at email@example.com or call 439-5519. To do so, visit https://namisolanocounty.org/register-family-to-family.
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