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Teri’s Thoughts

Greetings all! Our Fall Family to Family and Peer to Peer courses are in full swing, and I wanted to share some really great news with all of you. We piloted a project this year that allowed online signups for our Family to Family courses, and we had resounding success! All our classes were filled to capacity, and we have a wait list already for our Spring classes. We had no idea that there would be that huge of a response, so we are working hard to bring in more classes and more facilitators. We apologize to those that are on our wait list; we hope that the Spring classes will still meet your needs. In the meantime, we encourage you to check out our schedules for our support groups on our website at www.namispokane.org! Thank you for your patience!

If You Are in Crisis

For emergencies: Dial ‘911’

Spokane’s ‘First Call for Help’: 509-838-4428

NAMI Helpline: 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or Text “NAMI” to 741741

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: – 1-800-273-8255 or Online Chat

National Runaway Safeline: 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929) or Text 66008 or Online Chat

National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or Online Chat

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 or Online Chat

Get Involved

NAMI Spokane is a grassroots, nonprofit, all volunteer organization. We advocate for those who live with mental illnesses and their families. We rely on the talents and generosity of our member volunteers to maintain our office headquarters in the Peyton Building and leading our many education and support programs.
We are excited to have new people join our organization, assisting as we continue the advocacy to erase the stigma of living with mental illness. Please join us today! Dues are only $35 per year. If you are considering financial gifting, we would like to remind you that donations to NAMI Spokane are tax deductible.

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What's New in Spokane

October Appreciation!

A big kudos goes out to the “Dream Team” that assisted with our Open Your Mind event, which was a great success! The reports show that our Fall Fundraiser netted over $7000 in donations! Amazing show of compassion and generosity! Thank you to all who donated!! Thanks...

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NAMI at Suicide Prevention Walk

By Vicki Dahlgren NAMI Spokane has been an active part of community outreach events throughout the Spokane area. We were happy to be a part of The Out of the Darkness, Suicide Prevention Walk at  Riverfront Park on September 16, 2017. We are working together to end...

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Health Reform Bill (Again)

Just a few months ago, we helped defeat health reform efforts that would have left millions without insurance and cut insurance protections. But Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) just introduced a new bill that is even more dangerous for people...

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3hattrio to Perform at Open Your Mind

On October 14, NAMI Spokane will welcome southern Utah’s 3hattrio to the Women’s Club for an evening of American Desert Music. The fresh, original sound of this band will send a shiver down the spine of NAMI lovers and music lovers alike as well as raise funds to...

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2017 Spokane Veterans Community Mental Health Summit

The 2017 Spokane Veterans Community Mental Health Summit will be held on September 12, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at Washington State University's Riverpoint campus. Registration is free, and the event features: Clinical, Research and Community Tracks Up to 5...

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June & July Appreciation!

Thank you to our amazing donors: Amy Moyer, Glen Littleton, John and Catherine Caskey, Richard Graham, Janet Hathaway, Cheryl Sampson, Breia Herron, Jack McPeck, Itron, Barry Chapman, Cindy Dudley, and Olivette Orme. Congratulations to our new Board Members! ☆ Alina...

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2017 State Conference

Sept. 15th-17th Red Lion Hotel Olympia, WA The NAMI Washington Conference brings together people living with mental illness, family members, legal, medical, educational and research professionals and providers. Over the course of three days we will focus on advancing...

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May Appreciation!

Thank you to all the volunteers who came to the NAMI Volunteer Appreciation Event and Annual Meeting! Congratulations to this year’s award winners! Volunteer of the Year: Cindy Gleesing and Shamra Schmitz Andrews Life Time Achievement: Rosemary Stewart, Lynda McPhee,...

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NAMIWALKS 2017

NAMIWalks 2017 - Every journey begins with that first step. This year, more than 50 thousand people in more than 80 communities across the nation will join NAMI and walk together to raise awareness of mental illness and raise funds for local, regional and state NAMI...

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