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In The News: NAMI Lane County

September 7, 2017

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    Join us for NAMI friends and family this November and December.

    NAMI Family & Friends is a 4-hour seminar that informs and supports those who have loved ones with a mental health condition.

    When 

    Sunday November 12, 10 am – 2 pm December 12, 5 pm to 9 pm

    Where Both seminars are held at Lane County Behavioral Health Building

    2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Room 198 Read More

    All NAMI Lane County resource centers will be closed on August 21st for the solar eclipse.

    Be safe and enjoy the eclipse!

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    Please join us in welcoming Jennifer MacLean, our new Executive Director at NAMI Lane County. Jennifer has over five years of non-profit management here in Eugene/Springfield, including working with volunteers, managing events and raising funds. We think that, like us, you will be impressed by her compassion and energy, and most importantly by her personal commitment to our mission.

     

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    Have you wondered what to do when your loved one is facing a serious crisis? Who to call? What to say? What will happen?

    What to do in a Mental Health Crisis:

    De-escalation, Intervention, and Therapeutic Follow-up Another Community Forum Presented By For Further Information: Call: NAMI Lane County Resource Center (541) 343-7688

    Come hear about it from our expert panel, representing several key Eugene/Springfield organizations: • Eugene Police CIT • White Bird Clinic—Cahoots • PeaceHealth Behavioral Health • Hourglass Community Crisis Center

    When: • Weds., Aug 23 • 6:30 – 8:30 pm

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    Attorney Robert Tozer will present information on Special Needs Trusts. This will include the purpose of estate planning, the impact of Special Needs Trusts on public benefits, and alternatives to Special Needs Trusts.

    Linda Arnold from Oregon Pacific Bank will describe the role of a Trustee and the services provided by Ore-gon Pacific Bank.

    Take this opportunity to consult and ask questions of the experts on this important subject!

    When: • Weds., July 26 • 6:30 – 8:30 pm Where:

    Address: • 2411 Martin Luther King Jr. Read More

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