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NAMI Fox Valley
NAMI Fox Valley Office
211 E. Franklin St.
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 954-1550 phone
(920) 954-0490 fax
info@namifoxvalley.org email
http://www.namifoxvalley.org web
Beth A. Clay, MA, Executive Director
Office hours: Monday through Thursday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. All NAMI Fox Valley programs are held at 211 E. Franklin St. unless otherwise noted.
Meetings:
Support Groups:

Family Sharing Session: 1st Wednesday of the month, 6:30 pm.

Faith Based Family Sharing Sessions: 3rd Thursday of the month 7 pm @ First Congregational Church (724 E. South River St., Appleton)

Teen Support Group: (Ages 13-18), Wednesdays, 4:30 pm, @ Harmony Cafe (233 E. College Ave., Appleton)

Wings of Change: (Women diagnosed with mental illness who have been exposed to trauma.)Thursdays, 6:00 pm, @ Harbor House (720 W. 5th St., Appleton)

New Hope Support Group: (Anyone over 18 who is living with a mental illness) 1st & 3rd Mondays 6-7:30 pm.

Mood Disorders Support Group: (Anyone over 18 who is living with a mood disorder) 1st Wednesday of the month 12 pm.

Coffee Clutch: (Anyone over 18 living with a mental illness) Saturdays 3:30 pm @ Atlas Coffee Mill (425 Water St., Appleton)

Book Club: Everyone is welcome. Book club meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6-8 pm @ Appleton Public Library (225 N. Oneida St.) Contact Paula at 920-954-1550 with any questions.


Education Programs:

Family-to-Family: Taught by family members, this class is for family members of those living with a mental illness. Classes held in Appleton and Calumet County. The next class begins Monday, March 3, 2014. Please call Jill Mitchler at 920-954-1550 for more information and to pre-register.

Mental Illness in Children and Adolescents (MICA): Tailored to the specific needs of parents, teachers, and caregivers of school-aged children living with mental illness. Contact Jill @ 920-954-1550 for more information and to pre-register.

Peer-to-Peer: This education course focuses on mental health recovery and is appropriate for any person with a mental illness. Contact Paula @ 920-954-1550 for more information or to register.

Recovery, Education and Advocacy Program (REAP): We utilize the information gained in Peer-to-Peer to create a recovery plan that goes beyond relapse prevention. Contact Paula @ 920-954-1550 for more information or to register.

Be Well: Learn about healthy living in this health and wellness class for adults who live with mental illness. Contact Paula @ 920-954-1550 for more information or to register for the class.

Art from the Heart: Each workshop offers a variety of creative expression activity choices. Contact Paula @ 920-954-1550 for more information or to register.

Ending the Silence: This is an outreach presentation for high school students that provides information on the signs and symptoms of mental illnesses, helps teens learn mental health coping skills, and reduces stigma through personal stories. Contact Carla @ 954-1550 for further information and scheduling.

In Our Own Voice: This recovery-education program is presented by two adults living with mental illness who share their personal stories. Contact John @ 920-954-1550 for further information and scheduling.

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training: This 40 hour course for law enforcement is designed to inform them about mental illness. Contact Helen @ 920-954-1550 for further information or to register.

Advanced Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training: This class is for law enforcement officers who have graduated from CIT Training. Contact Helen @ 920-954-1550 for further information or to register.

Crisis Intervention Partners (CIP) Training: Following the CIT model, but offered in a compressed format, CIP is a two-day workshop for professionals who work with people with mental illness. Contact Helen @ 920-954-1550 for further information or to register.