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NAMI National Convention Shares Presentations

Several of NAMI Vermont’s staff and board members attended the NAMI National Convention in Washington last weekend. Attached is a link to many of the presentations at that four-day conference. We invite you to share in some of the exciting …
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FREE Conference: Keys to Recovery

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Champlain Valley will be sponsoring a free one day conference at SUNY Plattsburgh on October 9th titled, “Keys to Recovery, where do you fit?” The conference will have a variety of workshops for peers, …
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Walk Team Captain Luncheon

Want to invite your friends or co-workers to the biggest party for mental health in 2014? Learn how to connect and spread the word with NAMIWalk’s new website at the NAMIWalk Team Captain Kick-off Luncheon. Tuesday July 22nd, 12pm at …
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Nonviolent Conflict Intervention Skills Training–June 28th & 29th

This training is from 10am-6pm both days and the location is VEIC offices, 4th floor, 128 Lakeside Ave (off Pine St), Burlington. It is presented by Emergency Conflict Transformation, an Oakland, CA based organization that offers assistance to those with …
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Vacation Packages: Opening at 35% of Value

Check out the NAMI Vermont Silent Auction now online for bidding and “Buy it Now!” Auction items range from collectible dolls and picture frames to museum passes and VACATION PACKAGES, which are now opening for 35% of their retail value. …
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NAMI Vermont Presents “Bridges of Hope” to the United Church of Milton

The United Church of Milton will host a presentation by the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont to help its community create a more welcoming atmosphere for peers and family members coping with mental illness. “We look forward to …
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Save the Date! Recovery Day 2014

Join with friends and colleagues to speak out about addiction and mental illness. Your legislators need to hear from you about what’s working, and what’s not. Many leaders have said they have never heard more powerful messages than the personal …
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Hearing Voices Workshop w/ Robert Coleman and Karen Taylor

April 22, 2014, Sunset Ballroom, Comfort Inn and Suites, 1712 Shelburne Rd. South Burlington VT 05403 Hearing voices is one of the most common experiences among people who have been diagnosed with psychotic illness. Many people continue to hear voices …
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Supporting Queer Youth: Suicide Prevention Training

If you work with youth and young adults, you work with queer youth.  Working with queer youth adds dimensions to any youth-serving position that individuals may not feel well-equipped to navigate, or may not even realize are present.  Even the …
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Survey – Improvements to the Mental Health System of Care

Jaskanwar Batra, MD, Medical Director at the Vermont Department of Mental Health, asks for your help in assisting DMH to understand your concerns and get your suggestions for improving the mental health system of care. This survey intentionally asks open-ended …
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