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August 15, 2018

FREE Family to Family Class – August 28 through November 13

 

NAMI Louisville announces a new FREE Family to Family Class beginning  August 28 at Bridges of Home Neighborhood Place at 1411 Algonquin Pkwy., Louisville, KY  40210

REGISTER ONLINE! CLICK ON THE EVENT CALENDAR TAB TO YOUR LEFT,  THEN CLICK ON THE AUGUST 28 FAMILY TO FAMILY CLASS!!

NAMI Family-to-Family is a free twelve-week educational program for anyone living with, caring for, or have a loved one with a mental Read More

    Image via The Courier Journal

     

    Recently, Will Russell, a friend of NAMI Louisville and founder of the Lebowski Fest wrote a piece for The Courier Journal discussing his experience and recovery with bipolar disorder. Please click here to read his article. NAMI Louisville’s Executive Director, Jean Henry,  wrote an op-ed praising Russell’s courage which can be read here.

    We are so grateful to those who bravely share their experiences and are very proud to support them.

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    Via NAMI Kentucky, the Kentucky General Assembly voted to override the Governor’s veto of Tim’s Law today, meaning that it is passed into law. Kentuckians with the very worst symptoms of severe mental illness can finally get the community-based outpatient treatment that will start them on the road to recovery.

                  via NAMI Kentucky Facebook page

    This is a testament to the hard work of mental health advocates, like many of you, contributed during the last several years. In Read More

     (From left to right) Anne Heard and Amy Lee are NAMI Louisville Basics facilitators.  They have contributed much to the NAMI Louisville mission to to strengthen families and individuals affected by mental illness through education, support and  advocacy.  They work hard each year to make recovery possible for everyone affected by  mental illness while ending the stigma associated with this disease.

    Anne was a teacher for special needs children for over 30 years.  She is a parent of two children Read More

    Kosair Charities’ mission is to protect the health and well-being of children in Kentucky and Southern Indiana by providing financial support for clinical services, research, pediatric healthcare education, and child advocacy. Kosair Charities knows that a child’s mental health is equally as important as their physical health and is proud to call NAMI one of its supported agencies.

     

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