Enrollment is Open for Fall Classes

You can’t know what no one has told you. That’s why NAMI offers a variety of free educational programs and presentations for individuals, family members, schools, providers, and the community. 1 in 5 individuals in America live with the reality of having a mental health condition, but 5 in 5 Americans are affected by mental health conditions. Mental illness affects everyone. Choose the course that best suits you:

NAMI Family-to-Family is a 12-session course that offers insight into the impact mental health conditions have on the entire family. The curriculum helps family members of people with mental health conditions learn a wide range of biomedical information and understand how these conditions affect their loved ones. It combats stigma and promotes healing. Participants improve their self-care and communication skills, learn problem-solving techniques and how to better advocate for their family member. This course is taught by a team of trained family members. Classes will be held in Bristol, PA and Warminster, PA and begin in September. Enroll today

NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a mental health, wellness and recovery program open to any adult (18+) with a mental health condition. It provides participants with education, skills and support to enhance their lives. Participants learn how to strengthen relationships, balance changing health care needs and better understand their mental health and recovery. This course is taught by a team of trained peers who make mental health and wellness a priority in their daily lives. They share information, facilitate discussions and teach participants new skills that lead to self-awareness and personal growth. Classes will be held in Warminster, PA and Perkasie, PA and begin in September. Enroll today

NAMI Ending the Silence (ETS) is a prevention and early intervention program that engages youth, school staff and families in a discussion about mental health. Audience members learn to recognize the early warning signs of mental health conditions and learn what to do if they or someone they know is showing these signs. The chance to hear directly from a young adult with a mental health condition dispels myths, instills a message of hope and recovery and encourages individuals  to reduce stigma. Audience members can ask questions of family members and individuals experiencing mental health conditions. By engaging youth, school staff and families in a discussion about mental health conditions, young people dealing with mental health issues realize they’re not alone. The presentation is available for 3 audiences: students, families and school staff. Schedule a presentation today