2016 NAMIWalk

​September 24. 2016
Green Isle Park
Registration: 9:00am
Walk Start: 10:00am

(Save the date.  More details to come.)​
Aging & Disability Resource Center - Brown County 
300 S. Adams St

Second Monday of the Month

Support Group

6:30-7:30 Support group for person living with a mental illness

6:30-7:30 Support group for family member or loved one of someone living with a mental illness

Monthly Educational Meeting
7:30 -8:30, August 8, 2016

Lisa McMahon, SW from Unity Hospice
Topic: Hospice and advance directives for health care.
6th Annual Spring Gala

Keynote Speaker: Tara Meissner

“Hope of recovery through treatment”

When: May 7th, 5:00p.m. ~ Dinner at 6:00 p.m.

Where: Rock Garden ~ Comfort Suites ~ 1951 West, Room: Large Grand Ballroom North

Address: 1951 Bond Street, Green Bay, WI 54303 

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Family to Family Education Program

The Family-to-Family Education Program is a 12-week course, offered at no cost, for families of individuals with severe mental illness designed to foster learning, healing, and empowerment within those families. Trained family members teach the course.

Class Starts: Tuesday April 19th, 6:30-9:00.​ Registration is necessary.

Contact: Dona Brasch at president@namibrowncounty.org or dbrasch@new.rr.com or 920-430-7460.

Click image for the Registration Form

Check out the Education/Classes page for more information. 
Welcome to NAMI - Brown County

 - An alliance of friends and support. 
What are you seeking from NAMI Brown County?Support for self, friends or family
Classes/Education about mental health
Volunteer opportunities
Membership in NAMI - Brown County
Names of allies on the police force, trained to respond in crisis to those with a mental illness

What will I find through NAMI - Brown Counties website?

This website is a communication tool you can use to find dates of suppot groups, classes, and the monthly speaker. 

It's a means to explore, connect and communicate.  The real support comes from the network of friends who are joining together to make a change. 


Do you shy away from talking openly about your mental illness?  

The more people who understand what mental illness is, how to respond, educate, and advocate, the stronger and healthier we will be as a community.