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March 11, 2018



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    You Are Invited to a Community Conversation on Suicide Prevention.  Hosted By NAMI of CLALLAM COUNTY.

    Thursday March 15th, 7pm  in the Linkletter Room in the basement of  the OMC Hospital.

    Come and meet Jeannie Peters, a mom who lost her daughter to suicide will tell her story.




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    On March 29th Stevens Middle School Prevention Club will be hosting a town hall at Lincoln Center (6p.m.-8p.m.) that will focus on Hope, Health and Strength for Clallam County residents. We need to create solutions that make it easier for people to be healthy in their communities.

    The focus of this event will be to provide an opportunity for community partners to have a conversation about the overlaping issues of Mental Health, Substance Use (including alcohol, marijuana, and other drug use), Read More

    Feb 16 2018

    NAMI is deeply saddened by the tragic school shooting that occurred yesterday in Parkland, Florida.  These tragedies impact our communities–our parents, our children, our school professionals, our first responders—the mental health of our whole country.

    The details are still unfolding and there are still unanswered questions, but what we do know is that there were warning signs and that the shooter had received mental health treatment. As we continue the national discussion about what we can do to prevent further tragedies, Read More

    VIDEOCAST: ADOLESCENT SUICIDE PREVENTION: RECOGNIZING TEENS AT RISK & RESPONDING EFFECTIVELY Scheduled for January 24, from 8:30 AM12:30 PM, this adolescent suicide prevention workshop will highlight techniques for early detection and management of young people at risk, along with a discussion about an NIMH study on the neurobiology of suicide. Speakers include NIMH scientists and NIMH grantee David Brent, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics and Epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. To watch: Read More

    When a friend or family member develops a mental health condition, it’s important to know that you’re not alone. Many Americans have experienced caring for a person with mental illness. 1 in 25 Americans lives with a serious mental health condition. Mental health professionals have effective treatments for most of these conditions, yet in any given year, only 60% of people with a mental illness get mental health care.

    As a result, family members and caregivers often play a large role Read More

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