NAMI MN Mental Health Training Opportunities

NAMI MN mental health training flyers


Question, Persuade, Refer 9.26.2017.pdf

Children’s Challenging Behaviors 10.14.2017.pdf

Special Education-Helping Students Succeed 10.24.2017.pdf

safeTALK 11.14.2017.pdf

sychosis (For Professionals) 11.15.2017.pdf

Mental Health Crisis Planning 12.05.2017.pdf

Transitions 2.6.2018.pdf

Understanding Early Episode Psychosis 3.13.2018.pdf


Thanking you, in advance.


Melodie Hanson, Program Director
Robbinsdale Area Redesign
3730 Toledo Avenue N.
Robbinsdale, MN  55422
763-504-4985 (Fax)
763-291-8413 (cell)



NAMI Kidshop in Forest Lake on May 21st

NAMI Kidshop in Forest Lake on May 21st

My name is Kara Bennett and I am a Community Educator for NAMI Minnesota. We are just one month away from our Kidshop program in Forest Lake! Please help us spread the word about this great opportunity.

Kidshop is a four-hour Saturday workshop for kids ages 7-17 whose parent or sibling lives with a mental illness. Kidshop provides a safe setting where kids can join in fun activities, share concerns, get support, and learn that they are not alone. We will be holding a Kidshop in Forest Lake on May 21st from 10:00am – 2:00pm and we ask that you register by May 16. Visit our website for more information and to register.

NAMI Kidshop.pdf

This workshop is free but registration is required. For more information, call me at 651-645-2948 x114.

Please pass this information along to any families you know who might benefit from the opportunity. Thank you for your time, effort, and support!

Kara Bennett
Community Educator

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Hope for Recovery classes available

PBYR - nami LogoMy name is Kara Bennett and I am the Outreach Director for NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) Minnesota. I wanted to take a moment to make sure you know about a workshop we’ll be offering a few places in Hennepin County for families this winter and spring. I hope you will promote these opportunities to those you work with!

Hope for Recovery is a six hour class taught by a trained family member that provides practical strategies for dealing with the complexities of mental illness. Participants learn about mental illnesses, treatments, coping and communication strategies, the mental health system, and local resources. This class is ideal for family members and caregivers.




This class is free but registration is required. Flyers with additional information are attached. Keep an eye on our website for the most up to date information about scheduled classes around the state.