Creating Caring Faith Communities in Minnesota: Five Things You Can Do
A collaboration with NAMI Minnesota (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
November 7, 2019
7:00 p.m., Mithun Hall
Hosted by the WCC Adult Ministries Board
We will be providing materials for those attending this class. Click here to register.
Learn about mental illnesses, the impact of negative attitudes and five things each of us can do to make Minnesota a better place for people who experience a mental illness. This class is for especially tailored for faith communities interested in learning about mental illnesses and helping to change attitudes towards mental illnesses.
Our guest speaker is Kay King, Older Adults Program Coordinator and Community Educator at NAMI Minnesota, and has worked for NAMI ten years. Kay teaches about 4,000 professionals, family members and people managing a mental illness each year in classes ranging from one to eight hours.
NAMI Minnesota champions justice, dignity and respect for all people affected by mental illnesses. Through education, support and advocacy it strives to eliminate the pervasive stigma of mental illnesses, affect positive changes in the mental health system, and increase the public and professional understanding of mental illnesses.
Invite a friend and attend this important forum about a topic that impacts every one of us as a community.