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Lorraine Jackson

Secretary

Homefront Online 2017

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Fact Sheets

Click on the terms below to learn more about them!

ADD ADHD

ANOSOGNOSIA

ANXIETY DISORDERS

AUTISM

BIPOLAR DISORDER

BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER

DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS

DUAL DIAGNOSIS

EATING DISORDERS

INSOMNIA

OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER (OCD)

PANIC DISORDER

PSYCHOSOCIAL TREATMENTS

PSYCHOSIS

POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)

SCHIZOAFFECTIVE DISORDER

SCHIZOPHRENIA

SLEEP APNEA

SUICIDE

TARDIVE DYSKINESIA

TOURETTES

MENTAL ILLNESS STATISTICS

 

CIT Police Officers

CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) Officers are police officers who have been trained to deal with mental health crises. CIT officers are better able to safely and effectively work with a person living with a mental illness.

If the need arises to call the police due to a mental health crisis, you can ask for a CIT officer to be sent.

(Correction Officers can also take the training.)

Spring 2014 Newsletter

NAMI Spring 2014 Newsletter

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Connection Meeting Messiah Lutheran Church

Meets Tuesdays
6:30- 8:00 PM
Messiah Lutheran Church
5015 South 80th St, Ralston
(402) 345-8101

Enter on 78th street, East side of church. Go to lower level, turn left, to Rm 204

Contact:  NAMI Office 402-345-8101 or Sue Simmons 402-331-5510

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