Join us on Tuesday, April 10th from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at the Pelham Road Branch of Greenville Public Library for a new In Our Own Voice presentation. In Our Own Voice is recommended for anyone who wants to better their understanding of what living with mental illness is really about, and how we can best support ourselves and our loved ones.
To register, call the Pelham Road library branch at (864) 288-6688. We hope to see you there!
As NAMI Greenville’s 16th anniversary approaches, you have a chance to raise awareness of mental illness, and to help us fund our mission to bring help and hope to individuals and families right here in the Upstate.
On June 9th, we’ll be taking to the lake at Furman University and showing our commitment to improving lives one step at a time.
It’s International Women’s Day, a time to celebrate every woman past and present, and to take stock of the many challenges women face.
To learn about ten amazing female psychologists who made history with their perseverance and their groundbreaking research, check out our NAMI Greenville’s Facebook page, or visit https://www.verywellmind.com/women-who-changed-psychology-2795260
To learn more about International Women’s Day, and what you can do to contribute, visit https://www.internationalwomensday.com/
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