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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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