BASICS Education Class Rock Hill, Fort Mill and Clover
Classes forming now for February in Fort Mill, Rock Hill, and Clover.
These free education classes fill up fast
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (803) 610-8174 for more information.
NAMI Basics is an education program specifically for parents and other family caregivers of children and adolescents experiencing mental health challenges. As a caregiver of a child or adolescent with a mental health condition you face unique challenges: social stigma, complex family dynamics, navigating the school system, unpredictable aspects of these conditions. It can be overwhelming.
NAMI Basics provides you with skills, knowledge and a community of people who can relate to your experience.
You will learn from people like you, who get it, who have been there. Trained peers will guide you on how to better understand and support your child while maintaining your own well-being.
What should I know?
Open to parents and family caregivers of people younger than 22 who are experiencing mental health challenges
Meets for six seasons
Free of cost to participants
Taught by trained family members whose children experience mental health challenges
No specific medical therapy or medication is endorsed or recommended
Why should I attend?
Find a community of support
Gain practical up-to-date information about mental health challenges
Learn how to effectively advocate of your child with the school and mental health systems
Develop problem-solving and communication skills