NAMI Provider Education Program offers 30 hours of in-service training to line staff at public mental health agencies, taught by a trained 5-member team of family members, consumers and a mental health provider who is either a family member or a consumer. The course emphasizes the lived experience of mental illness, expands compassion for the daily realities of dealing with a brain disorder, and prepares staff members to practice a collaborative consumer/provider/family treatment team model of care.
NAMI Shoreline currently does not offer NAMI Provider Education. However, information on classes held in other locations throughout the state may be obtained through the state office at 860.882.0236 or visiting NAMICT.org
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