**SAVE THE DATE: Tuesday, May 21, 2019, 5:15-8pm at the Pablo Center (Downtown Eau Claire)
Mayo Clinic Health Systems and NAMI Chippewa Valley are partnering to present a program for the community focusing on youth and mental health: "Building a Community of Caring: Anxiety and Youth". Seating is limited so please RESERVE YOUR FREE TICKETS NOW for this informative and educational program.
NAMI Family-to-Family and NAMI Basics classes now registering. See "our programs" tab on top right for more info or call (715) 450-6484.
For more than 6 years, National Alliance on Mental Illness Chippewa Valley has devoted its energy to passionately educating, supporting and advocating for the families and individuals living with a mental illness in the Chippewa Valley. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time. .
We are actively recruiting individuals who are interested in volunteering to teach our Family-to-Family and Basics classes. All costs to attend the training are covered. Requirements are to be a NAMI member, highly recommended to have taken a NAMI Family class yourself previously, and to have a close family member who is living with a mental illness that you have had experiences helping. We also are looking for Individuals in recovery who are able to lead Peer support programs. Please contact us if you are interested.
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1 in 4 adults and 1 in 10 children will be diagnosed each year with a mental health disorder. Join us in providing resources to these families and individuals to improve their lives.
NAMI Chippewa Valley's mission is to provide education, support and advocacy to families and individuals living with a mental illness.
The National Alliance for Caregiving, in partnership with National Alliance for Mental Illness, has created a new guidebook to help you care for someone with a mental illness and to help you care for yourself. Visit to download a copy.