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NAMI Omaha is a non-profit organization composed of consumers, family members, professionals, and friends who have come together to share and take comfort in the commonality of their experiences and to educate members of their communities about serious brain disorders. Along with education and support, NAMI Omaha actively advocates at the local, state and national levels to improve the services, and the lives of those affected by mental illness, and their families.

NAMI Omaha has been supporting, educating and advocating for consumers, family members and professionals in Cass, Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy and Washington counties since 1986.

PLEASE NOTE, WE HAVE CHANGED THE LOCATION OF OUR MONTHLY MEETINGS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 2017. PLEASE JOIN US AT:

First United Methodist Church, Room 112
7020 Cass Street (69th and Cass), Omaha
(Park in the lot on the East side of the church just off 69th Street
Enter thru Doors 4 or 6 on East side and follow signs to Room 112.)



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 Upcoming Events:

 

July 24-27, New NAMI Online Homefront Classes Begin

NAMI Homefront is a free, 6-session educational program for families, caregivers and friends of military service members and vets with mental health conditions. And it is now available on-line.

Online NAMI Homefront classes meet virtually, on a weekly basis to complete the 6-session program.  Click here for a copy of the flyer or click here for a link to NAMI's webpage and to register (at bottom of page).

 

Thursday July 6, Monthly NAMI Omaha Affiliate Meeting

Free and open to the Public. Please join us to hear about this month's topic:
"CIT Training Program Overview with Discussion Panel"
by Representatives of Heartland CIT and Omaha Police Department
Click here for a flyer and details

Tentative Schedule of Future Meetings:

August 3:
"First Episode Psychosis Treatment & other Mental Health Research"
by Creighton Psychiatry

September 7:
"Report from NAMI National Convention"

October 5:
"Updates in Children’s Mental Health Issues and Treatments"

November 2:
"QPR Suicide Prevention Training"

December 7:
"Understanding and Managing Our Emotional World"
byClarkson College Student Support Team