• Please Join NAMI-WRV for our Mental Health and Wellbeing Programs in 2018! We have weekly and monthly support groups for families, adults and teens, and fun outdoor activities.

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June 20, 2018

The Bluebirds High School & Middle School Support Groups The Bluebirds Is A NAMI Sponsored Peer-Support Group; It Is A Judgment-Free Confidential Mental Health Advocacy Group. School Social Workers Oversee The Groups And Work Closely With The NAMI Youth Intern. Topics, By Student Request, Focuses On Activity-Based Coping Skills In A Stress-Free Environment While Contributing To Community Service more »

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The Bluebirds go National!

  NAMI of the Wood River Valley is proud to announce that we’ve been chosen to present at the NAMI National Conference! Our teen support group, the Bluebirds, is the first group in the nation working with teens in middle schools and high schools. These trips can be expensive, especially since one of us is more »

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It’s time to talk about mental health

June 13, 2018

Halle Berry and Tom Hanks both have Type 2 diabetes, Selena Gomez has lupus, Pink and Leslie Lohan have asthma, and Kim Kardashian has psoriasis. Each one of these celebrities has been open and forthcoming about their conditions. Some celebrities even become the face of their disease. Michael J. Fox is known as much for more »

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NAMI to host events for Mental Health Awareness Month

April 13, 2018

The Wood River Valley affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness is rolling out a series of support material that is part of NAMI’s ongoing StigmaFree campaign. According to a news release from the organization, the campaign aims to change the way the community views and treats mental illness. Organizations and business owners can more »

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March 12, 2018

This Wednesday, students from across Idaho will have the opportunity to join with teachers for a mid-morning school walkout in solidarity against school violence. While we understand student motivations for wanting to walk out, NAMI Idaho encourages Idahoans to instead consider conducting a “walk up”, where students, teachers, parents and others can walk up to more »

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