Two Family-to-Family 12-week courses are scheduled to start on Thursday, September 15th 2016. One class will be conducted at Albuquerque NAMI (East side) and the other will be at NAMI West Side in Rio Rancho. This evidence-based course is intended to educate family caregivers and give you tools to more effectively help your loved one with mental illness. For more info on Family to Family see: http://www.nami.org/f2f
If you are interested in either of these classes (Albuquerque East side or west side) please Click this button: Contact Form
Click the big green Contact Button and send us an email and be sure to include your phone number – someone will contact you as soon as possible.
Even if the start date has passed, we can bring in new class members as late as the third class (Sep 29th 2016) So…
Seating is limited, so don’t delay.
Thanks very much,
Family-to-Family Program Director, NAMI New Mexico
Matthew Gutierrez, a senior at South Valley Academy in Albuquerque has developed an open letter on Mental Health in the form of a web site he developed. This was for his Senior Action Project in which students had to undertake a project that benefits the community in some way. Matthew chose to focus on the issue of mental illness. Please visit his project web site at: Open Letter on Mental Health.
NAMI Walks 2016 will be May 7th at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Park! Our overall goal for this year for New Mexico is $125,000! With your help we can do it! Please check out >> NAMI Walks Monthly News Letter << for more information and to stay abreast of the latest. We will update this post as well with significant updates as necessary.
UPDATE: The New Mexico NAMIWalks website is up and running. Please visit our NAMI Walks site to register your team and begin raising money! >> www.namiwalks.org/event/newmexico
A recent article in the Financial Times relates that Google has hired a Mental Health expert and is getting into brain research. We can’t post article directly due to copyright issues, but they point out what many of us know already – that mental health research has lagged behind other illness research. It is a very interesting article and, considering the resources that Google has, this could be one of the biggest things to happen in mental health research in decades! You can find the article here:
NAMI Walks was a huge success! This year NAMI New Mexico held its annual NAMI Walks fund raiser on May 2nd at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Park! You can see some of the pictures from this event in the slide show above. For more great pictures, check out Cy Stanton’s Flickr Page for NAMI Walks 2015 >> HERE <<