Inclement Weather

Inclement Weather Policy The Hut Please check with us by email at info@namipiedmont.org, or call/text 803 610 8174 before coming to an event at The Hut if the weather forecast is calling for snow/hailstorms etc. We will generally close on the school district schedule for inclement weather. inclement ĭn-klĕm′ənt adjective...

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Picture of Jennifer Waaler, announcement for NAMI PTC on Jan 7 2022

Jennifer Waaler, announced as Executive Director

NAMI Piedmont Tri-County announces Jennifer Waaler appointed as Executive Director. NAMI Piedmont Tri-County continues to be the foremost authority dedicated to Mental Health awareness, advocacy, and support in Chester, Lancaster, and York Counties, South Carolina. Betsey O’Brien passes the torch to Jennifer Waaler. Jennifer joined NAMI Piedmont Tri-County as Executive...

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The 8Th Annual NAMI Walk for 1 in 4

The 8th Annual NAMI Walks for 1 in 4 2021 is complete Thank you to all who supported us during our largest fundraiser of the year. What a fantastic day was had by all. These are a few snapshots of the day, follow us on social media to see the...

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Remembrance and Awareness

Candlelight Vigil in Fountain Park seeks to raise awareness and provide space to remember those we have lost to mental illness. Join us on October 5th, 2021 as we remember and celebrate those who live with, and those we have lost, to mental illness. We seek to provide hope in...

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Vocational Rehab Services

Vocational Rehab Services in South Carolina Transition and Disability Assistance in the workplace and College SC Vocational Rehabilitation Watch the webinar. SC Vocational Rehabilitation Information  Downloadable PDF document discussed in the webinar.    

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Green Ribbon Awareness Month

Green Ribbon Campaign

Green Ribbon Campaign May is Mental Health Awareness Month Join us by tying a green ribbon to your mailbox, door, newspaper tube, trees or lamposts on your property. Celebrate diversity and awareness for those with mental illness. Everyone has mental health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines...

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Frontline Workers Support Program

National Strategy to Help Health Workers Recover

Op-Ed: We need a national strategy to help health workers recover from the stress of the pandemic By VICTOR J. DZAU MARCH 5, 2021 3:05 AM PT “COVID-19 has hit our already burdened healthcare workforce like a sledgehammer. More than a year into the pandemic, an immediate, full-scale effort to support healthcare workers...

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NAMI Frontline Wellness

NAMI Launches Frontline Wellness Program Frontline professionals face many challenges in their day-to-day work life: From the pressure of making sure people get the help and care they need to working long shifts — health care and public safety are stressful fields of work. When you encounter chronic stress, trauma...

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New Mental Health Classes

New Mental Health Classes Scheduled to begin in February Sign up today for the new classes beginning on February 20th and February 23, see the flyers below. More information can be found by clicking here: Please note – the BASICS class is now full The Family to Family Class is...

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Mental Health and the holidays

Managing Your Mental Health During the Holidays.

Tips on Managing Your Mental health During the Holidays. Do you need help for your mental health now? How can we manage our mental health during the holidays with all the extra distractions, temptations and stressors? It is said the holidays are said to be one of the most trying...

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