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September 15, 2019

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

    The Hope for Recovery Teacher Training offered on September 14 has been postponed to a later date.  Stay tuned to this website for an update for a new date for the training.


    We are looking for a few more Hope for Recovery Teachers. Hope for Recovery is a six-hour class given on weekends once a month throughout Minnesota.

    It is easy to teach, especially if you have experience presenting classes. We have a grant to offer a stipend of $135.00 per day plus mileage Read More

    (Starting 10/2/19)

    1 st and 3rd Wednesdays


    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 Read More

    The September 12th Family to Family Class is Full. If you would like to be on the list for next year’s 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.

    Place:  Birch Tree Center Conference Room  4720 Birch Tree Read More

    August 24, 2018 | By Keiko Purnell

    My last depressive episode left me completely isolated. I didn’t respond to messages for months. Since I didn’t know how long I would be depressed, answering the question “how are you?” became emotionally draining. Actually, that one question was why I stopped talking to people entirely.

    “How are you?” is such a knee-jerk opening line to a conversation; most of us don’t even realize we’re saying it, or pay much attention to the typical response Read More

    January 31 Kelly Burch

    Many of Christine Walker’s friends are just starting to help their teenage children plan to leave home, whether for a job, college or a gap year. But Walker’s 16-year-old son Schuyler has already lived away from his family for seven years, spending nearly half his life in residential treatment programs and schools for children with severe mental illness.

    “When Schuyler was 7, that was when I had tried absolutely everything — every pill, every doctor, every diet, every Read More

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