NAMI
Tri-Valley
Programs:


Suicide Prevention Workshop for Family Caregivers

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Welcome to NAMI Tri-Valley

NAMI Tri-Valley, incorporated in 2007, provides resources and support for families and their loved ones living with psychiatric disorders.

NAMI Tri-Valley, in collaboration with other community agencies and organizations, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for those whose lives are affected by mental illness, by providing support, resource information, education programs, and advocacy.


NAMI Tri-Valley 2018 4th Quarter Newsletter!
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NAMI TRI-VALLEY ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

NAMI TRI-VALLEY GENERAL MEETING

April 1, 2019


"IT'S NOT JUST POT"

Marijuana & Its Impact on the Teen Brain

Lynn Gardner, MBA, MS Counseling

Youth & Family Services, Horizons Family Counseling

Participants will learn about current research on marijuana and the impact on the teen brain and body; the impact of acceptance and legalization on teen usage; overall health impacts; brain development from children through adulthood; VAPING and E-cigarettes and other ways to access marijuana. Tobacco companies targeted marketing efforts, School District Rules and Alameda County New Prop 64 Juvenile Marijuana Citation Program.



ANNOUNCING:
Parent Resource and Support Group
NEW TIME: Every 3rd Tuesday from Noon to 2:00 pm

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EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING
NAMI Connections Recovery Support Group
NAMI Tri-Valley provides NAMI Connections, a support group for adults over 18 years old living with a mental illness that is led by trained peers.

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NAMI Tri-Valley, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit all volunteer organization, is an affiliate of NAMI California and NAMI National
Updated 2019




Calendar of Events


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