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In the Know
How did "lame" evolve from meaning a "person with a disabilty" to being a full-blown insult?
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A dive into the history of the word "crazy," and why its continued usage perpetuates the de-humanization of individuals living with mental illness.
Join us at Whistle Binkies Olde World Pub for Rochester’s Largest Bloody Mary Bar AGAIN! All proceeds from this event will go towards NAMI SE MN suicide awareness and prevention programs. Your ticket purchase includes unlimited Bloody Mary’s! The first 75 tickets purchased will receive entry into the pub and early access to the Bloody Mary Bar from 10:00 am - 11:00 am. All other tickets can be purchased at Whistle Binkies Olde World Pub at 11:00 am Saturday, May 22, 2021!
NAMI SE MN & Stage by Staige in Kasson have partnered to present a dual diagnosis support group. The group will be held in person beginning, April 13th at 11:00am-12pm. Click on the image above for more details.
Volunteer Peer Supporter Trainings Spring 2021
Volunteer Peer Supporters* have made significant progress in their own mental illness recovery and use personal experiences to model wellness, self-advocacy, responsibility, and hope for those who need it now.
Volunteer Peer Supporters have the opportunity to help others identify strengths, abilities and skills in order to develop and achieve recovery and wellness goals. Volunteer Peer Supporters also help connect others to local resources and provide education about mental health, wellness and the recovery journey. For more information please call 507-287-1692.
*Volunteer Peer Supporters are NOT certified by the state of Minnesota.