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Learning to Live Well with What We've Got!

NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a free and confidential ten-week course for adults living with mental illness. It provides an educational setting focused on recovery that offers respect, understnding, encouragement, and hope. Courses are taught by trained peer mentors living in recovery themselves.

Course Topics:

  • Relapse prevention, brain biology and research, mental illness symptoms
  • Stigma and recovery, cultural perceptions of mental health
  • Mindfulness, spirituality
  • Substance abuse and adiction, physical health
  • Suicide and prevention
  • Working with providers, advance director for mental health care
  • Empowerment, advocacy and personal stories

For more information, please contact NAMI at 708-524-2582, ext. 103.

Our next Peer-to-Peer class will be held starting Wednesday, April 8th from 6p-8p at the NAMI Offices (818 Harrison St, Oak Park). Please call 708.524.2582, ext. 103 or go to the registration page to sign up!

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