Upcoming Events & Announcements
The Northwest Side Family & Friends Support Group
will not be meeting on January 1st. That meeting is rescheduled to January 8th at 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Ascension Lutheran Church & School.
NAMI Basics Class
This class is for caregivers and parents of children with diagnosed or suspected mental illness. Starts January 8, 2015 every Thursday for 6 consecutive weeks, ending February 12. Meets midtown from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. Must register with Judi Maikoff, firstname.lastname@example.org, 622-5582.
We are participating in the Albertsons Community Partners Program. There is no cost to get involved and we will benefit greatly with your help!
All you need is a key tag card that you can scan at the check out each time you shop at Albertsons. We will earn 1% of your shopping each time you scan the card.
We have plenty of the cards here at the NAMI Southern Arizona office. You can pick a few up or we can mail a few to you!
Just email email@example.com with Albertsons Community Partners Program as the subject and the number of cards you would like sent to you (each card has 2 key tags) in the message.
Thank you in advance for your support. We sincerely appreciate it!
Looking for that perfect gift this holiday season? If you are already a member, support your favorite NAMI Southern Arizona program by purchasing a t-shirt for only $10 each or 2 for $16!
Or, become a NAMI Southern Arizona member, renew, or give a membership at the $35 level and receive a free program t-shirt of your choice!
Click here for more information!
Computer Animation Student Competition
With a first place prize of $250! Entry deadline is December 30, 2014!
NAMIsa is holding a computer animation competition to produce a TV commercial (30 second and optional 60 second versions) to promote mental health awareness, reduce stigma and to inform the public about NAMI services and support available (at no charge) in our community. Find out more here!
NAMI Southern Arizona Mission
The mission of NAMI Southern Arizona is to improve the quality of life for those affected by mental illness including individuals, family members and the community at large by providing education, advocacy and support that is high quality, recovery oriented, and culturally sensitive.
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