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POLICE OFFER FREE PROGRAM TO ASSIST FAMILIES OF MENTALY ILL
The Scottsdale Police Crisis Intervention Services is hosting a Family-to-Family Education Program, designed to inform and educate family members, partners and friends of those who suffer from serious mental illness. The program is a free, nationally acclaimed, comprehensive series of 12-weekly classes. The course is co-facilitated by Police Crisis Intervention Specialist Natalie Summit and family members who have lived the experience of mental illness within their own families and have been specially trained to provide other families with information, insight, understanding and tools for empowerment and self-care. For more information or to register for the classes beginning August 2, please contact Stacey at NAMI at (602) 244-8166. Class size is limited to 24, and pre-registration is required. Classes will be held in the downtown area of Scottsdale.
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