You Can Prevent Suicide in Someone Close to You

Can You Prevent Suicide in Somone Close to You? “With 45,000 suicide deaths in the U.S. in 2016,1 someone has to do something. Robert C. Smith M.D.  Patient Zero You Can Prevent Suicide in Someone Close to You How you, as in individual, can save valuable lives. Posted Aug 01, 2020...

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month Subscribe to our social media channels to keep up with all the events this month. Due to the pandemic, we are exclusively available online. We are hosting webinars and information sessions to educate, advocate and support our community. We remain committed to our mission...

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All Support Groups Are Now Available Online

NAMI Piedmont Tri-County FREE Support Groups Are Now Online NAMI’s support groups provide a confidential and safe space for families, caregivers, and individuals affected by mental illness, to be heard and to receive the support they deserve. Click here: Find the group that works for you.  Zoom Meetings usually last...

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Statement

For release: 3/10/2020 From the desk of Betsey O’Brien, Executive Director Dear All, If you have watched TV or listened to the radio you have heard a lot of distressing news about the novel coronavirus also known as COVID-19. Having confirmed cases in the state only adds to the stress...

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Looking at my past Winthrop University

Looking at My Past, a retrospective

Looking At My Past, Two Events The Loom Fort Mill & Winthrop University Fort Mill Fort Mill on Saturday, March 21st. This event is free but please register here, only 10 tickets left for this event. EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION Winthrop University Event Dina’s Place, Alumni Drive Monday MARCH 23rd at 7:00...

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Looking At My Past …

Looking At My Past, I Found My Future Alex has a powerful story to tell… Alexander Chisholm Guibault has a mission to bring a voice to those who can’t speak for themselves, sharing his story is part of that mission. Unless we truly understand the plight of an orphan child,...

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BASICS Education Class

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: namiptc.register@gmail.com or call (803) 610-8174 for more information. NAMI Basics is an education program specifically for parents and other family caregivers...

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Four Lessons From Four Years Of Therapy

By Laurie Katz | Apr. 01, 2019 I’ve now been in therapy for four years. I talk about four years a lot. It’s an important number in my life. After I was raped in 2011, I suffered in silence for just under four years. It happened at college in Chicago by a fellow...

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Mental Illness: A Common Bond

On the first Saturday of every month since April 2016, the basement at Providence United Methodist Church (PUMC) in Charlotte, North Carolina transforms into a drop-in center called Providence Place. If you drop in one of these mornings, you might meet a student who just came from an art class,...

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Depression Doesn’t Need An Explanation

Most people will experience depression, or extreme sadness, at some point in their life. It’s the pain you feel when you lose a loved one. It’s the emptiness that lingers while going through a difficult breakup. It’s the lack of fulfillment during a period of unemployment. Depression is a natural...

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