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October 10, 2019

The 2019 NAMI Minnesota State Conference: Advancing Equity is coming up on Nov. 2! Register today to guarantee your spot at the conference and hear from experts in the field about research, policies, treatment, resources, and more. Our 2019 conference will take place at the St Paul RiverCentre and registration begins at 8:30 AM.

In addition to our opening keynote, The Resilient Option by Dr. Amit Sood, and our closing keynote, From Hollering to Healing: Radical Self-Care in Challenging Times by Dr. Joi Lewis, you’ll Read More

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    Duluth Central Hillside Community Center                    12 E 4 th St.

    For more info contact Rochelle at 218-349-0358 or

    Description: NAMI Minnesota (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Open Door Support Groups are peer-to-peer groups facilitated by trained volunteers who have a personal experience with an anxiety or panic disorder. Confidential meetings teach anxiety management strategies Read More

    NAMI Duluth offers family and friends of individuals living with a mental illness an opportunity to meet with others who share their concerns, to compare experiences and to learn from each other.

    Last Tuesday of the month 6:00 – 7:30 pm. Duluth Miller Dwan Auditorium Conference Meeting Room 3 502 East 2nd St. For questions contact or call 218-409-6566 Read More

    Hope for Recovery is a six hour class that is usually taught on Saturdays.  It covers a basic knowledge of mental illness as well as communication skills for family members.

    We are looking for a few more Hope for Recovery Teachers.  In the Duluth area, we currently have one trained teacher.

    It is easy to teach, especially if you have experience presenting classes. The training takes place in St. Paul.  It  is a one day training.   We have a grant to offer a Read More


    Our next Family to Family Class will start in September of 2020.  If you would like to be on the list for September 2020 class, please send an email to:

    Family members and caregivers usually play the biggest role in caring for persons living with a mental illness.  Millions of people have experienced the questions and thoughts you may be having right now.  Family to Family is an 11 session program designed for you.

    Below is the information for this Read More

    New Federal Legislation on Suicide Prevention
    NAMI Minnesota is very excited to report that H.R. 4194 has been introduced in the House. This is bipartisan legislation that directs the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to designate 9-8-8 as the universal dialing code for the national suicide prevention and mental health crisis hotline. Having one, simple number to call across the country will make it easy for people to know where to go when they need help and are experiencing a mental health crisis. Read More
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