Family to Family Education Program

 May 6th - July 22nd
St. Brigid’s Episcopal Church, Rio Vista

The NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program is a free, 12-week course for adult family members of individuals with severe mental illnesses.
Schizophrenia, Major depression, Bipolar disorder (manic depression) Panic disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Borderline personality disorder and Co-occurring brain disorders and addictive disorders.
Family members of people with serious mental illnesses often experience considerable worry, stress, and the need for information and support as they try to assist their ill relatives and adjust to the changes that serious mental illness brings to the family system.

This 12 Week Course will be led by trained volunteers
Chris Boothe and Susan Reeve on
Tuesday evenings     6:00 pm—8:30 pm
 May 6 — July 22, 2014
218 California Street, Rio Vista, CA 94571
Cross street: South Second
St. Brigid’s Episcopal Church meeting room
Seating is limited and pre-registration is
 required by calling Chris at 916-798-7674
It is important that you are committed to attending all twelve
evenings as each class builds on the previous one.
"As an engineer, I admit I was skeptical, but it really helped me deal with these problems better ... the most logical choice I ever made".
"It helped me save my son’s life".
Sponsored by the Solano County Affiliate of National Alliance on Mental Illness
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Location : Rio Vista