With lots of great information about our local chapter and other local information, you won’t want to miss this newsletter! Download it here: NAMI CI April 2014 Newsletter. (Let us know if you’d like to receive it by email or postal mail, too.)
The public is invited to find out more information about Integrated Health Homes at a panel discussion with NAMI of Central Iowa, Eyerly Ball Community Mental Health Services, Youth and Shelter Services, and Story County Case Management. Find out… What is an IHH? How will this affect my services? How … Continue reading
This Saturday, March 8, is our Trivia Night! Click here for more information. Also, we are pleased to announce our highest level sponsor for the Ames Trivia Night: Kreg Tool. Their generosity has not gone unnoticed – thanks Kreg, for all you do in Story County! Kreg Tool‘s mission is to … Continue reading
Have you been diagnosed with bipolar disorder? OR Do you have a sibling who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a study about bipolar disorder and the self. This research study is a 20-30 minute confidential online survey. Participants who complete … Continue reading
Check out all the news from NAMI Central Iowa in our most recent newsletter! Click on this post, then this link: (NAMI CI February 2014 Newsletter) to read it, or contact the office to get your own copy by mail or email.
Our second annual Trivia Night will be held Saturday, March 8, at the Boys and Girls Club, 210 S. 5th Street in Ames. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m., and Trivia will begin at 6:30. Teams of 6-8 people are invited to play at $100 per table. Bring your own … Continue reading
Many thanks to Dan Hartman for serving as the coordinator for the Wellness Center in the last half of 2013. Dan had a heart for the center and encouraged people to continue on their road to recovery. He brought new programs to the center and promoted peer ownership of the … Continue reading
Check out all the news from NAMI Central Iowa in our most recent newsletter! Click on this post, then this link: (NAMI CI December Newsletter) to read it, or contact the office to get your own copy by mail or email.
Especially for college students, this website (Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students) contains an overview of how mental health impacts college students. Short summaries of the issues, along with links to research studies and further information, help everyone understand the prevalence and variety of mental health issues that today’s … Continue reading
As our next fundraiser, we will host a Holiday Shopping Event at Worldly Goods, 223 Main Street, on Sunday, November 10, from 1-4. A percentage of the total purchases will be donated to NAMI. Your purchase not only supports NAMI, but also allows artisans around the world to receive a fair income … Continue reading