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NAMI Greater Cleveland

is dedicated to empowering persons affected by mental illness and their family members
to achieve
 a better quality of life by providing them with
support, education, referral and advocacy.


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NAMI Greater Cleveland NAMIWalks 2016

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Over 1,200 people flocked to Edgewater Park on the sunny summer morning of Saturday, August 27 for the 14th Annual NAMI Walk. Together, we walked a 5K along the park’s trail and celebrated mental illness treatment and recovery. Thank you to all of the sponsors, volunteers, teams and participants who made this our most successful NAMI Walk ever! 

We are getting close to reaching our goal of raising $132,000. If you would like to donate on behalf of a walker or check out our sponsors, go to www.namiwalks.org/greatercleveland.  Online donations accepted through October 20.  All proceeds of the NAMI Walk benefit NAMI’s mission of recovery focused support, education and advocacy for individuals and families affected by mental illness

Click here to see all our 2016 Sponsors

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NAMIWalks Fundraiser

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In honor of Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 3 – 7),
the Potbelly Sandwich Shop in Mayfield Hts.
is hosting a fundraiser benefiting NAMIWalks 2016.
Wednesday, October 5, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m
NAMI Greater Cleveland will receive 25% of the sales made between.
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Thank you to our friends at Potbelly Sandwich Shop.
 We hope to see you there!

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Community Education Programs

October 6, 2016, 7 pm
In Our Own Voice presentation
People with mental health conditions share their powerful personal stories in this free, 60-minute presentation.
Rocky River United Methodist Church
For information or to register call 216-875-7776 or email Ellen Riehm at eriehm@namicleveland.org

October 7, 2016, 11:30 am
When is the Worry Too Much?
Presented by Molly McVoy, MD
Program Director, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, UH Case Medical Center
Westlake Porter Public Library, Porter Room
To registed got to,  http://connectingforkids.org/register, email lauriedemchak@connectingforkids.org or call 440-250-5563.

October 19 – October 21
ACTING OUT
Three Day Arts Fest for Mental Health Awareness
Comedy, Talk, Music, Film, Art
Brought to you by artist Derek Hess
A portion of the proceeds benefit NAMI Greater Cleveland
For more information visit www.actingoutcle.com.

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NAMI Greater Cleveland Free Education Programs

Free Classes for Family/Caregivers and Peers.
For full class descriptions – click here 

FAMILY-TO-FAMILY CLASS
For family/caregivers of someone with mental illness.
Next class: TBD

BASICS 
For parents/caregivers of children and adolescents living with mental illnesses
Next class: TBD

UNDERSTANDING MENTAL ILLNESS
For family/caregivers of someone with mental illness.
  • Begins: Tuesday, October 4, 2016 6:30 – 8 p.m.
    St. Paul’s Lutheran Church “The Meeting Place”
    1480 Cahoon Rd., Westlake 44145
PEER-TO-PEER CLASS
Recovery program for persons with mental illness
  • Begins: Thursday, October 6, 2016 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
    Calvary Lutheran Church
    6906 W. Pleasant Valley Rd. Parma, Ohio 44129
  • Begins: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 2 – 4 p.m.
    Blessed Trinity Catholic Church
    14040 Puritas Ave., Cleveland 44135

Registration is required for all of these classes. To register, contact Terri Miller at 216-875-7776 or tmiller@namicleveland.org.
If you’d like to be contacted when future classes are scheduled call/email and provide your name, address, phone # and class you are interested in.

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NAMI GC Book Club

More info coming soon


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In The News: NAMI Greater Cleveland

September 8, 2016

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Working a lousy job early in your career? It can affect your mental and physical health later in life, according to a new nationwide study.

Men and women in their 20s and 30s who were unhappy in their jobs said they were more depressed, worried and had trouble sleeping, according to a study by Ohio State University researchers presented Monday at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association in Seattle.

“We found that there is a cumulative effect Read More

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