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NAMI Provider Education Seminar Offered at Christus St. Vincent

July 4, 2018

We are pleased to announce that on Saturday morning, June 30, we were finally able to offer our Provider Education program at the new Vernick Conference Room at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center.  A huge thank you to our teaching team:  Cameron Haight, John Harnisch and Tom Steward.  Christus was able to award 4 more »

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YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND OUR ANNUAL MEETING

MONDAY JULY 16, 2018 – 5:30 PM 313 Camino Alire #307, Santa Fe Come hear what NAMI has been up to for the last year, meet your current board, vote for new board members, reconnect with other members, and have a bite to eat. NAMI SANTA FE 2018-19 SLATE OF NOMINEES The NAMI Santa Fe more »

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Spirit Code Training

Presented by Tom Steward, P.A. and Associates Saturday, September 15th, 2018 from 9 am – 4:30 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church 1738 North Sage Loop, Los Alamos, NM Cost is $150, which includes a full day of training and a Manual CEU’s are available upon request This training is for Health and Mental Health more »

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July 9th Information Meeting: Traumatic Brain Injury

Presentation by Michael Langford: Michael Langford, CBIS New Mexico Brain Injury Resource Center ARCA ABI Division Director/NMBIRC Director Date: Monday, July 9th Time: 6:00 PM Location: NAMI Santa Fe Office 313 Camino Alire #307

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LEGACY GIVING TO NAMI SANTA FE Through WoodmenLife**

June 7, 2018

What is Legacy Giving? Legacy Giving is planned giving that allows you to donate a monetary gift to a charity, church, or non-profit organization.  Most people associate life insurance with protecting their family.  But you can also use life insurance to give a monetary gift to a charity that has made an impact on you more »

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GRASP – A National Organization for Grief Recovery after a Substance Passing

June 6, 2018

GRASP provides sources of help, compassion and understanding for individuals and families who have had someone they love die as a result of substance use or addiction. Meetings are free; all are welcome.  Meetings will be held on Wed June 13 and Wed June 27 – 6:00-7:30, Hotel Santa Fe, Canyon Room, 1501 Paseo de more »

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Up All Night by Karen Blackwell

This is an excerpt from Karen’s new book, Up All Night: One Last Blast of Mania, available on Amazon.com. Karen is a survivor of anxiety, panic disorder and bipolar disorder, and the author of Swing Low: One Woman’s Journey Through Manic Depression. She lives and works in Albuquerque. Karen can be contacted at karen.blackwell@yahoo.com. Chapter more »

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Full Disclosure: By Martha Cooke

I have been associated with behavioral health advocacy in the past with NAMI Santa Fe and with the NM Behavioral Health Collaborative.  I am not actively involved now but I live with mental illness as a family member and personally as a someone with Dysthymia.  When I spoke to County Commissioners publicly in favor of the more »

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June 11th Information Meeting: New Crisis Triage Center

Santa Fe County’s Plan to Develop a Crisis Triage Center for people in Behavioral Health Crises plus more Behavioral Health Initiatives Presentation by Alex Dominguez: Behavioral Health Manager, Santa Fe County Date: Monday, June 11th Time: 6:00 PM Location: NAMI Santa Fe Office 313 Camino Alire #307 Alex Dominguez has over 18 years of experience working with those challenged with more »

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Become a Family Peer Support Worker!

May 4, 2018

If you are a caregiver of an adult who was diagnosed with a behavioral health disorder before the age of 18, you may be interested in becoming a Family Peer Support Worker  Family Peer Support Workers are primary caregivers who have “lived-experience” of being actively involved in raising a child who experiences emotional, behavioral, mental more »

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