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In The News: NAMI Lane County

October 7, 2015 Read More
  • UCC Solidarity Event
  • Eugene Weekly Article: Confronting the crisis of mental health care in Lane County
  • New Titles Added to Our Resource Library
  • At the NAMI Lane County Resource Center, our resource library inventory is continually growing. Here are a few books that just got added to the library. Stop by Monday-Thursday between 10am and 2pm to check out books or DVDs. “Shadows in the Sun: Healing From Depression and Finding the Light Within” by Gayathri Ramprasad “Cracked Not Broken: Surviving and Thriving After a Suicide Attempt” by Kevin Hines “How to Live Between Office Visits: A Guide to Life, Love and Health” by Bernie Siegel,
  • Funny Medicine Helps Mental Health |
  • Comedian Frank King came very close to committing suicide five years ago. “I had an itch on the roof of my mouth that I could only scratch with the front sight on my nickel-plated .38,” King says, his voice a warm North Carolina drawl. It almost sounds like King is cracking a joke. Starting Sunday, July 26, at the Wildish Theater in downtown Springfield, King will coach up to a dozen participants as they turn their mental health issues into short stand-up
  • “Hope Starts With You” Symposium: Minority Mental Health Month
  • Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy declared the month of July Minority Mental Health Month. On July 16th, in recognition of Minority Mental Health Month, NAMI Lane County is hosting the first-ever “Hope Starts with You” symposium.  The symposium is part of NAMI Lane County’s efforts to bring awareness of mental health to communities of color in Lane County. The event will be held on July 16th from 12pm to 2pm in Room 201 of the Lane County Behavioral Health building located
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