behaviorally Challenging Child

Struggling to understand and help a Behaviorally Challenging Child? 

NAMI Shoreline and East Haddam Youth & Family present a FREE Collaborative Problem Solving® parent/caregiver 6-week Class! October 10 – November 21(no class Oct 31) 6-8pm in East Haddam. 

Tuesday Family Support Group Returns to In-Person

Starting May 9th we’ll see you from 7-8:30PM at the Henry Carter Hull Library, 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton.

How the Justice System Fails Those with Mental Illness

Recently, I was having a conversation with a friend, and she brought up a story she heard on the news. A man who was believed to have a mental health…


Billboards Point The Way To Help, Hope, Support

In the past few months, a new message has joined the others, a message that could motivate someone to help create change, that could help someone in the depths of despair, or that could even help save a life.

An act concerning crisis intervention training for police officers & collaboration w/ social workers

NAMI Shoreline displays first ever NAMI billboards in CT!

NAMI Shoreline Wants You To Know How To Speak Up, How To Get Help

It’s time for every officer to have crisis intervention team training

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training is expanding, although still not mandated in Connecticut. It prepares police officers for calls involving people in a mental health crisis, which cannot always be predicted…

Recording of NAMI CT / NAMI Shoreline & NAMI Elm CIty Regional Legislative Forum on Mental Health – Jan. 18, 2023

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Opinion: What is the purpose of incarcerating people with serious mental illness?

Now, I’ve unfortunately found myself with a front row seat to what it really means to be incarcerated. So instead, we had a deeper conversation.

Denise Paley and State Senator Christine Cohen testify in favor of HB5420

An act concerning mental health needs of and services for police offers, certain requirements regarding police training and certain reports.

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NAMI Shoreline is a community of people who share the desire to improve the lives of those affected by mental illness and their loved ones. Using our personal experiences, we serve the Connecticut Shoreline by offering free education, resources, support, and advocacy opportunities that align with our mission.

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