The National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Cleveland is dedicated to empowering persons affected by mental illness and their family members
to achieveabetter quality of life by providing them with
support, education, referral and advocacy.
Saturday, September 16th
Cleveland Metroparks Edgewater Park 6500 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, Cleveland 44102
9 a.m. – Registration and Children’s Activities 9:30 a.m. – Line dancing 10 a.m. – 2.5 mile walk
No entry fee
For more information go to the NAMIWalks website, call 216-875-0266 or email email@example.com
NAMIWalks Kick-Off Luncheon, Wed., July 12th. 2017 Danielle Serino, Mistress of Ceremonies;
CCC Community Room
2500 East 22nd St., Cleveland, 44115
Thank you to the sponsors, participants and planning committee for making our 2nd Annual Conference a great success. We’re in this Together: Integrating Mental Health & Addictive Services.
June 28th, 2017, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Topic: Mood Disorders Speaker: Dr. John Heather, MD Dr. Heather will be here to answer your questions about Bipolar Disorder and Depression. ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County
2012 W. 25th St., #600, Cleveland, OH 44113
Program is free, but registration is requested. For more information or to register, call 216-875-7776 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Refreshments will be served. Free parking is available in the lot behind the building, on W. 26 St. Please note: Front door is locked at
5:00 p.m. Enter building through rear entrance,located off the parking lot on W. 26th Street.
Save the date: Wednesday, September 14th, 2017 Topic: Child and Adolescent Anxiety Speaker: Bob Schuppel, LPCC-S Details available soon
Thank you to Erum Ahmad, MD and Grace Pinto Britton, MD
of University Hospital Cleveland Medical Center
for their March 29th presentation:
NEW! Chagrin Falls – 4th Wednesday of the Month, 8:30 to 9:30 P.M. NAMI Poets’ Group St. Martin’s Episcopal Church 6295 Chagrin River Road, 44022 (Entrance at back side of church) After the Chagrin Falls Wellness Support Group 7 to 8:30
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 and Caregivers of children 18 and younger. Next class:TBD
UNDERSTANDING MENTAL ILLNESS For family/caregivers of someone with mental illness. Next class: TBD
PEER-TO-PEER CLASS Recovery program for persons with mental illness. Next class:
Monday, September 11, 2017 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Calvary Lutheran Church 6906 West Pleasant Valley Rd., Parma 44129
August – Eastside TBD
Registration is required. Contact Becky Fela at email@example.com or 216-875-7776 for more information or to register.
If you’d like to be contacted when future classes are scheduled call or email Terri Miller at 216-875-7776 firstname.lastname@example.org provide your name, address, phone # and class you are interested in.
We invite you to participate in a confidential Spanish-speaking support group for Latinas. Learn with fellow Latinas about emotional health, coping skills, stress management, relationships, change strategies, and more, in a culturally-sensitive environment! When:
1st Friday of the month 9:30-11 a.m. ESPERANZA, 3104 W25th St., 2nd floor Cleveland, OH 44109 Parking lot entrance on Clark Ave., off of W. 25th St.
** Refreshments will be provided**
Group Facilitator: Gabriela Sehinkman, LISW-S To register, please call Gabriela Sehinkman at 216 410-2832.
This book club is for anyone with an interest in mental health/illness. We will be reading classic and popular books that in some way have something to do with mental health/illness. The story-lines and characters may or may not be diagnosed as having a mental illness.
For more information about the NAMI GC Book Club
contact Beth at email@example.com
June 18 (father’s day) – ‘A Man Called Ove’ by Fredrik Backman
July 16 – ‘The Pleasure of My Company’ by Steve Martin
When I was eleven years old, I walked through a plate glass window. There was a lot of blood, and I was rushed to the nearest hospital, panic-stricken, with a wound on my leg and another on my face. My mother was concerned that the rather superficial wound on my face would leave me disfigured for life. Because this was my first serious accident, she decided we should wait in the ER for what Read More