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Thank-you from NAMI

April 15, 2017

NAMI Wilmington would like to thank the Civitan Club for the generous disabilities grant that we recently received from your club. Fighting the stigma of mental illness can only be done first with education.  With your generous support, we can continue educating our community about this illness.  Our free programs and services include our monthly more »

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THANK YOU: H409 Passes Committee!

April 10, 2017

An exciting message from our friends working hard at North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition (NCHRC); Dear Friends and Allies, THANK YOU to all who made calls and sent emails to members of the State Personnel Committee in support of H409 State Agencies/Adjust Hiring Practices and to those who came out to the committee meeting today. The more »

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NAMI NC Position on HB 2 Repeal

April 4, 2017

NAMI NC Position on HB 2 Repeal Last Thursday, the General Assembly and Governor Cooper reached a compromise on a repeal for HB 2. NAMI North Carolina is deeply disappointed that the repeal continues to allow discrimination based on someone’s gender identity and sexual orientation. Environments that allow discrimination have a negative impact on a more »

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Still Time to Register for the Faith Connections on Mental Illness Conference

March 27, 2017

FAITH CONNECTIONS ON MENTAL ILLNESS 7 TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE Mar. 31, St. Thomas More Registration is open for Transforming Lives: Overcoming Stigma in Mental Illness, a day-long program focused on the stereotypes, bias, stigma and silence faced by those dealing with mental illness. This conference will be held at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in more »

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CIT- Law Enforcement & Mental Health In Wilmington

March 9, 2017

Feedback from February CIT- “Good Afternoon Presenters, Site Visits, NAMI & Role Players, I just wanted to send a huge THANK YOU out to all of our presenters, site visits, instructors, NAMI, and role-players for the Law Enforcement CIT Training held at Wilmington Police Department. We have completed the outcomes/data graphs for this training. All more »

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