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Like many other nonprofits in Nebraska, we are feeling the effect of cut budgets. Because of lack of funding, NAMI Nebraska needs any financial contribution that you feel comfortable with giving. NAMI saves lives and helps people with mental illness to have a brighter day. Please consider making your tax-deductible donation to NAMI Nebraska...[Donate Now]

Past Events

Spring Family-to-Family Class!

Note: This Family-to-Family class is over, but stay tuned for more!

Spring Family to Family 2015

Upcoming Connection Meeting Facilitator Training!

Note: This event is over, but stay tuned for more Connection Meeting Facilitator Trainings!

Do you have a passion for mental health? Do you want to help others in a supportive group environment? Becoming a Connections Facilitator may be right for you!

NAMI Nebraska is holding a training Saturday – Sunday, October 25-26 in Grand Island. This training is open…
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Family Peer Support and Prevention of Synthetic Drug Use

Note: This event is over, but stay tuned for more!

Hear from family peer support providers, learn about the dangers of synthetic drug use, and hear a family’s story.

This event is for consumers, parents, and teachers!

Date: September 19, 2014

Time: 10AM to 12PM

Location: Countryside Community Church, 8787 Pacific Street Omaha NE 68114

Provided by: Nebraska Family…
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Upcoming Wellness Recovery Action Plan Class (WRAP) at Region Six

Region 6 of Nebraska is holding Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) workshops quarterly starting in September 2014. Residents of Cass, Dodge, Douglas, Sarpy, and Washington counties are eligible to participate. Registration is FREE and this is a great class for those who are looking for a self-directed recovery technique. Please see the attached flier and registration form, being mindful of…
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A Warm Welcome to Our Community Outreach Associate

NAMI Nebraska welcomes our new Community Outreach Associate, Mae L’Heureux. Mae is from Maine, and a recent graduate of Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts. She has a degree in psychology and human services. Mae is very excited to be here and looks forward to developing her passion in the area of mental health over the coming months. She will be…
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A Lifetime Original Movie Event: Call Me Crazy

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Hosted by NAMI Omaha and the University of Nebraska – Omaha Counseling Center

The film brings together an all-star ensemble cast with five interwoven stories about how love, support and hope can help us overcome mental health conditions, specifically schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. The film features an all-star cast…
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Upcoming NAMI Basics – Children with Mental Illness


Where:  Countryside Community Church

              8787 Pacific Street

              Omaha, NE 68114

When:  Saturdays, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm starting  September 14, 2013.

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NAMI Welcomes 2 New Members to the NAMI Nebraska Team

NAMI Nebraska would like to welcome 2 wonderful people to our staff. Stephanie and Suzanne are really great people, and if you come by the NAMI Nebraska office, say hello.

Stephanie Metzen graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in May 2011. Following school, Stephanie spent one year working as an English professor at Escuela Politecnica Nacional.…
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Family to Family Class starts April 12

A NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Family to Family Course will start April 12 and be held on Thursday evenings, 6:30-9 pm for 11 weeks. This class will offer a “Feast of Information” about mental illness, the brain, medications, coping skills, resources, understanding your family member’s experience, and communication techniques. Family to Family has been found to be an…
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NAMI Walks Nebraska June 9th at Turner Park

NAMIWalks, the annual fundraiser and awareness walk for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is coming soon! Over 500 people joined us last year and it was a great event. This year’s Nebraska NAMIWalks is June 9th at Turner Park in Midtown Crossing in Omaha. The money raised from the Walk goes towards our educational and support programs, which…
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