Mental health education class gets goingWritten by Admin
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The National Alliance on Mental Illness Family-to-Family Education Program offers new spring classes for caregivers of individuals living with mental illness. Family-to-Family is a free, 12-week course led by John and Suzanne Gernandt, who are experienced in caring for a loved one with serious mental illness.
Participants receive current information on serious mental illness, learn about proven treatments, develop problem-solving skills and communication techniques and explore local community supports.
The class is scheduled to begin March 15 and will run for 12 weeks.
828.452.0058 or 828.400.1040.