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The Art & Science of Well-Being ©

FREE!!! The Art & Science of Well-Being ©:  Beginning Friday, May 22nd. Please join us for 3 workshops on taking control of your well-being by establishing a healthy work/life routine and staying connected to your supports. Experiential exercises are  included. …
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Support NAMI Vermont While You Shop!

Many of us have been turning to the internet these past weeks to shop for groceries, purchase masks or the material to make masks, and order gifts for Mother’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries and graduation gifts. Did you know that while …
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FREE “Self-Compassion” Workshop with Alex

Join us for a FREE exercise on slowing down, taking a step back, and learning some self-affirmation techniques. There is no better time to ensure you’re taking care of yourself, and this is an excellent opportunity to do just that! …
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NAMI Vermont Reminds You That “You Are Not Alone”

This May, for Mental Health Awareness Month, the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont (NAMI Vermont) is raising awareness and highlighting that no one experiencing a mental health condition should feel alone. More than 40 million people in the …
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Join our Mental Health Awareness Month Project!

WE NEED YOUR HELP! May is Mental Health Awareness Month and NAMI Vermont would like to participate this year with an inspiring activity that can be done remotely! But, we need our NAMI Vermont community’s help! Our goal is to …
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In Our Own Voice Presentations on “Wellness Wednesdays”

We encourage you to join us in one of the upcoming In Our Own Voice presentations scheduled on Wednesdays through Mental Health Awareness Month (May) and beyond! Listen to two trained peers’ stories of recovery: “What Happened, What Helps, and …
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Inspiring Ways to Stay Connected

Need Inspiration for Staying Connected While at Home? We are grateful to all of our health care professionals, grocery store workers, truck drivers, and others who are putting in countless hours of work for the health and safety of the …
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“Bedlam” Documentary on PBS

Airing tonight (April 13) @ 10:00 pm: “Bedlam” on Independent Lens. Check out your local PBS station for more details. https://www.pbs.org/independentlens/ https://bedlamfilm.com/ Hear the poignant stories of people grappling with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other psychiatric conditions. Psychiatrist Kenneth Rosenberg …
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Mental Health Wellness Tips During COVID-19

How are you doing? In the midst of a pandemic like this, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and worried. Many of us find our stress and anxiety levels rising. While we are taking measures to protect our physical health …
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Community Mental Health – Their Doors are Open

Stressed? Overwhelmed? Hopeless? You are not alone. Life has changed dramatically in the past few weeks, but Vermont’s designated and specialized service agencies are still there to help. The agencies are now meeting the mental health, substance use disorder and …
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