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October 24, 2017: NAMI Missoula is proud to offer a new NAMI pilot program: “NAMI Family & Friends” is a free, 4-hour seminar intended to inform and support people who have loved ones living with mental illness. The seminar  will be presented on Sunday, November 5 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., and again on Thursday, November 9 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. While the presentation is designed for family and friends 18 years and older, youth 14 and up may attend so long as they are accompanied by a parent or guardian. Light refreshments will be provided.
Pre-registration is required. Individuals interested can register at the following link:
[In the “Search Box,” enter zip code 59801; you will then select “Register” for either the Sunday, November 5 seminar or the Thursday, November 9 seminar. The registration page will require your name and email address; once you complete the process, you will receive a confirmation email.]
Please email us or call us at 880-1013 if you have questions about either the seminar or the registration process. The NAMI Missoula office will be closed from Wednesday, October 25 until Monday, October 30; please allow us to get back to you when the office re-opens.



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Peer to Peer is a free ten-week “education for recovery” course for individuals with persistent mental health issues.  Taught by trained mentors who are themselves in recovery, the course provides insights into the nature of various psychiatric conditions, helps participants better recognize symptoms and triggers, and aids in developing strategies to prevent or minimize relapse.

Our Fall 2017 “Peer to Peer” class began Monday, September 18, 2017; registration will be closed after Monday, September 25.  Please call us at 880-1013 to register.

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Family to Family is a free twelve-week course designed to educate and support family members, loved ones, and caregivers of individuals with mental illness.  Classes are taught by two trained facilitators who have lived the experience of dealing with a family member’s mental illness; the course offers a wealth of information and coping strategies and helps combat the isolation and helplessness families so often feel around this issue.

Our Fall 2017 “Family to Family” class began on Tuesday, September 5; registration is now closed. Individuals wishing to be put on the waiting list for future classes can call us at 880-1013.  


NAMI Crafts is a brand-new group for adults with mental illness who want to combine hands-on creativity with informal socializing.  This is not an “art therapy” group; it’s simply a chance to have fun and to express yourself! NAMI Crafts meets on Wednesdays from 2:00 to 3:30 at 202 Brooks, Room 210 (St. Paul Lutheran Church); there’s no need to register, and interested individuals can just show up for the class.  Like all our programs, NAMI Crafts is free; call 880-1013 if you have any questions.


In Our Own Voice is a one-hour presentation offered free to interested community groups.  Two trained presenters discuss their experiences living with, and recovering from, mental illness; a brief DVD is also included.   Educational and inspirational, personal and intimate, In Our Own Voice presentations are one of NAMI’s best tools for combating stigma and stereotypes about mental illness.  Call us at 880-1013 or e-mail us at to arrange a presentation to your group or organization.

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