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Information Meeting! SF Community Guidance Center

November 3, 2018

What You Need to Know About the Santa Fe Community Guidance Center  Featuring: Mary Beth Huberman November 12th 6-7:30 PM All meetings and support groups are held at 313 Camino Alire Room #307 Santa Fe, NM 87501 in the building known as Dragonstone

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Annual Holiday Party!

NAMI’s annual Holiday Party is on this year! Featuring: homemade soups, fun, prizes and more! Date: TBD, but we are planning for mid-December To participate or donate to this fun event, please email Jessica at Jessica.namisantafe@gmail.com

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S Word Success!

Despite terrible weather, scheduling issues and a tough topic, Santa Fe showed up for The S Word. Thank you to all who supported this important event! We would like to especially thank Cheryl Brown, the film’s executive producer who made this event a reality. Thank you also to our guest panelists including: Dr. Mauricio Tohen, Professor more »

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Panelists announced for the S Word Q and A Panel Discussion!

October 7, 2018

Don’t forget to reserve your tickets for The S Word, a documentary that dares to open a discussion around suicide. Note: there have been some schedule changes to our S Word screenings. Please see changes in red.  Sunday, October 14th, 2018 Reception 5:15 pm Film 6:00 pm Q&A 7:15 pm or Tuesday, October 16th Film 5:30 and 7:30 more »

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QPR Gatekeeper Training Monday October 8

There are still a few slots open for our QPR Gatekeeper Training being held Monday, October 8th. Click here to register for this suicide prevention program.

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Behavioral Health Strategic Plan Feedback Session

Persons in Recovery (PIRs) are invited to participate in Santa Fe County’s Behavioral Health Strategic Plan Feedback Session on October 15. Santa Fe County is drafting a strategic plan for behavioral health and seeks input from Persons in Recovery (PIRs). The County will hold a feedback session at the NAMI Santa Fe office for PIRs. more »

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Mental Illness Awareness Week – October 7-13

CureStigma In 2018, NAMI will promote the theme of “CureStigma” throughout all awareness events, including Mental Illness Awareness Week which takes place from Oct. 7–13. Why this cause is important: One in 5 Americans is affected by mental health conditions. Stigma is toxic to their mental health because it creates an environment of shame, fear and silence that more »

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QPR Gatekeeper Training: Practical and Proven Suicide Prevention Training

September 25, 2018

NAMI Santa Fe invites you to attend QPR Gatekeeper Training  Presented by: Jacquelyn Dougherty, DOH Date/Time: October 8th, 6 pm Location: NAMI Santa Fe Office 313 Camino Alire Unit #307 Training lasts 90 minutes This is a free training, but space is limited. Please reserve your spot by registering using the link below.  REGISTER NOW What more »

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Santa Fe County’s Update of the Behavioral Health Crisis Center Plans

September 7, 2018

View the powerpoint: Behavioral Health Crisis Center Summary B

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2019 Legislative Priorities Request

The Legislative Committee of NAMI-NM would like to ensure that our legislative priorities and advocacy efforts reflect the needs and interests of all affiliates, as best as possible. Broadly, the committee functions to carry out NAMI national’s guiding policy platform (link for more information: https://www.nami.org/getattachment/Learn-More/Mental-Health-Public-Policy/Public-Policy-Platform-December-2016-(1).pdf), in the state of New Mexico. Specifically, we aim to more »

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