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Apply to be a NAMI Wake Board Member!

September 23, 2020

Are you interested in making an impact in your community and becoming a mental health leader? NAMI Wake County is currently recruiting new Board Members and accepting applications now through September 30th! We’re prioritizing people who work in the following fields: fund development nonprofit finance fortune 500 companies and who have experience working with diverse more »

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Resources for Suicide Loss Survivors

September 17, 2020

Written by: Miranda Owen Miranda Owen is one of NAMI Wake’s work study students, helping us as a social media technician and blog contributor.  It is never easy to go through grieving a loved one, but losing a loved one to suicide presents a particularly difficult circumstance. For those navigating the loss of a loved more »

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Navigating Mental Health During College

September 10, 2020

Written by: Miranda Owen Miranda Owen is one of NAMI Wake’s work study students, helping us as a social media technician and blog contributor.  As a college student, I am particularly aware of how many different stressors appear throughout the experience, especially for newer students. When I first came to college my anxiety and depression more »

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Suicide Prevention Awareness Month: Knowledge, Connection, and Support

September 3, 2020

Written by: Miranda Owen Miranda Owen is one of NAMI Wake’s work study students, helping us as a social media technician and blog contributor.  Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States, and the second leading cause of death among people ages 10-34. It impacts so many lives. September is Suicide more »

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Registration Open for Trauma Centered Yoga Class

August 31, 2020

NAMI Wake is excited to announce our newest Fall program, a Trauma Centered Trauma Sensitive Yoga class facilitated by Daphne Dodson, PhD and NAMI Basics instructor. Trauma Centered Trauma Sensitive Yoga, or TCTSY, is an evidence-based, adjunctive treatment for complex trauma and complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. TCTSY is equally accessible to all people regardless of more »

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