Calendar Items:

  • Tuesday, February 28, 5:30pm, NAMI-Tallahassee Board Meeting. Hancock Bank, 2453 Mahan Drive.  Members welcome.
  • Thursdays, March 2 – May 11, 6:30pm, NAMI Family-to-Family classes.  The Apalachee Center, 2634 Capital Circle NE, Building J (Education/Conference Rm), Tallahassee.  Register now as these free classes fill up early.  Link here for additional information and to register>
  • Monday, March 13, 10:30am-12 noon, Big Bend Mental Health Coalition, LeRoy Collins Library, 200 W. Park Avenue. Monthly Meeting – open to the public.  Featuring: Cassandra Astolis , MS in counseling, certified in clinical and advanced hypnotherapy.
  • Tuesday, March 14, 7pm, NAMI Family Support Group, St. John’s Episcopal Church, see information below.
  • Wednesday, March 22, 6:30pm, Community Education Program: Changes to Florida’s Mental Health Law, “No Wrong Door.” Apalachee Center, Inc., 2634-J Capital Circle NE.  Basic information for families and community on the Baker Act Process.  Submit your advance questions and RSVP here by March 20th.
  • Wednesday, April 5, & Thursday, April 6, NAMI Florida Advocacy Days at the State Capitol.  NAMI Smarts training with Sita Diehl, NAMI’s National Director, Policy & State Outreach on the 5th at 5pm followed by Day at the Capitol on the 6th beginning at 9am.  Additional information linked here>.
  • Sunday, April 30, 8:30am – 1pm, Out of the Darkness Walk, FSU Campus.  Benefiting  the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. For for information and to register>.


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