NAMI Denver Educational Programs
NAMI Denver provides several educational opportunities for people who want or need to know more about mental illness.
Education is critical for the well-being of consumers and family members alike. It provides us with a greater understanding of mental illness, and insights on how to manage it. Education also provides us with resources to make healthy decisions given the situation each of us finds ourselves in.
OUR PROGRAMS INCLUDE:
NAMI Education Night:
A series of 1 to 2 hour presentations/discussions on a specific topic pertaining to Mental Illness.(See calendar for specific day, time and location)
Family Support Group:
The NAMI Family Support Group is held for family members or anyone who cares for or about someone who lives with a mental health diagnosis. There is no need to preregister and you are welcome to attend at your convenience:
2nd Thursday of every month (sign up here for email reminders)
7pm – 8:30pm (Meetings begin and end promptly)
MHCD Recovery Center
4455 E 12th Ave, Denver, Co 80220 (main conference room off of lobby)
Registration is not required. Come as you are and enjoy time speaking with other’s who have shared experiences, including NAMI trained volunteer facilitators. (Click here for more information on Family Support Groups)
Family-To-Family 12 Week Course:
The NAMI Family-to-Family 12-Week course is for family caregivers of individuals with severe mental illnesses. The course is taught by trained family members. All instruction and course materials are free to class participants. Over 115,000 family members have graduated from this national program. (Click here for more information on the Family to Family 12 Week Course)
In you have an interest in attending the NAMI Family-to-Family 12-Week course simply send us an email and we will get back to you with specific times, dates and location.
Next Class will begin in the Spring 2020
NAMI Connection – Peer Recovery Support Group
NAMI Connection – Peer Recovery Support Group schedules:
(Click for more information on the NAMI Connection – Peer Recovery Support Group )