Author Archives: Carla Braund
NAMI Connection in Sewickley A NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a free, peer-led Support Group for adults living with Mental Illness. We believe that help can be found in sharing experiences and struggles with others who have suffered similar events. -Free and confidential to anyone over 18 with a mental health diagnosis – a… Read More »
DECEMBER MONTHLY MEETING NAMI OFFICE 1229 3RD STREET BEAVER PA 15009 7-830 CHRISTMAS PARTY PIZZA ROLLS AND DRINKS PROVIDED PLEASE BRING SNACKS AND COOKIES AS BEFORE FIRST 30 MINUTES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS AND EDUCATIONAL INFO, THEN SPLIT INTO A CONNECTION GROUP FOR PEERS AND A FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP FOR CAREGIVERS PLEASE COME!!!!
November Monthly Meeting November 21,2019 Nami Beaver County PA. 1229 3rd St. Beaver, PA. 15009 We will again try our experiment with a short informational session , then splitting into two groups. One called Connection for those with mental health issues , and a second one , Family Support Group for Caregivers. 7-830 pm
MONTHLY SUPPORT MEETING OCTOBER 17,2019 AT 7 PM AT 1229 3RD ST. BEAVER, PA. 15009 AN EXPERIMENT THIS TIME : A GROUP FOR CAREGIVERS AND A GROUP FOR THOSE WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES PLEASE COME!
NAMI BEAVER COUNTY 1229 3rd Street Beaver, PA 15009 SUPPORT MEETING THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2015 7:00 p.m. TOPIC: DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION AND MENTAL ILLNESS SPEAKER: STEPHANIE SCHINDEL ASSISTANT PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSOR GENEVA COLLEGE Currently teach undergraduate students in the fields of human services and psychology, as well as the criminal justice minor Former Director of the Lawrence… Read More »
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As technology has evolved, researching information on prescription drugs has become much easier. The older generation of consumers experienced having to use the Physician’s Reference Desk (PRD) Guide for prescription drugs to look up information about various medications, a calendar to keep track of days, and ensuring they have a medication list on hand in… Read More »
Karen Winters Schwarts “Where Are The Cocoa Puffs?: A Family’s Journey Through Bipolar Disorder” is the tale about Amanda, an eighteen year old girl, who is diagnosed with manic depressive illness. The most intriguing aspect of this book was that it showed how Amanda’s behavior and diagnoses affected her friends and family. Rather than being… Read More »