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Disaster Distress Hotline

March 26, 2020

With NAMI Wilmington Support groups cancelled until further notice, there is still help if you need to speak to someone.  For individuals coping with depression, addiction, anxiety, stress or other conditions due to the coronavirus, call: Disaster Distress Hotline 1.800.985.5990 Or text TalkWithUs 66746 Trained crisis counselors are on call.

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Important Announcements

* The  Family to Family educational class has been cancelled until further notice. *  All Support groups (NAMI Connection, Family Support Group and Co-occuring Disorder Support Group) have been cancelled until further notice.

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NAMI Uplift from Executive Director Garry Crites

March 31, 2020

When I was a little boy, I got lost in a cornfield. It was summer, so the corn was high, much taller than my elementary school-aged body. I began to panic, fearing that I would never get out of the field…and the panic made matters worse, as I started running aimlessly. But then I stopped, more »

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NAMIWalks NC GOING VIRTUAL!

That’s right! As announced last week in The Scoop*, NAMIWalks North Carolina is going Virtual this year! What does that mean? This year, it’s a NAMIWalks YOUR way – YOU determine where you are Walking, how far YOU are Walking, and even decide whether or not you want to get out of your pjs! It’s more »

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Shopping on Amazon? FREE donations!

If you are planning on shopping on-line with Amazon, please consider using AmazonSmile and choosing NAMI North Carolina as your charitable organization of choice. AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate more »

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Bipolar Memory Loss: Tips & Tricks for Improving Your Memory

Sometimes our daily lives are disrupted more by the cognitive deficits that accompany bipolar than by the affective symptoms of the disorder itself. Fortunately, there are certain solutions we can employ in everyday life—using specific strategies and even improving our well-being in order to boost memory and brain health. It is very common to face more »

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NAMI Is Still Available

March 26, 2020

Dear Members and Friends of NAMI North Carolina— I am sitting in my office, trying to maintain a semblance of routine in a time within our society that is anything but routine. It is an anxious time, and those of us who deal with mental health issues or love those who do, may feel that more »

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