NAMI-TN Helpline [800] 467-3589

UPCOMING CLASSES

All classes are offered FREE of charge.  Please call or email the contact person for the class you are interested in if you have questions about the class or would like to participate.
Pre-registration for classes is required.
If you would like to take a class and don’t see one scheduled, contact your
NAMI Tennessee Regional Coordinator.

With Hope in Mind
  
  CITY, COUNTY  START DATE  CONTACT INFORMATION
  Hendersonville, Sumner County   01/29/2019  Nancy 256-856-3134
  Cookeville, Putman County   04/01/2019  Mark   931-284-1817
   
   

 

NAMI Family to Family
  
 CITY, COUNTY START DATE CONTACT INFORMATION
  Maryville, Blount County  01/29/2019  Casey   865-296-4981
  Memphis, Shelby County  02/02/2019  Marcus  901-725-0305
  Franklin, Williamson County  02/02/2019  Kristen   615-579-4707
  Dickson, Dickson County  02/09/2019  Clarissa 615-326-9545
  Memphis, Shelby County  02/09/2019  Marcus  901-725-0305
  Milam, Gibson County  04/04/2019  Mary      731-613-8724

 

NAMI Basics
  
 CITY, COUNTY START DATE CONTACT INFORMATION
  Knoxville, Knox County  01/21/2019  Kathy      865-202-2335
  Memphis, Shelby  01/22/2019  Marcus    901-725-0305
  Pulaski, Giles County  02/01/2019  Clenetta  931-638-3028
  Murfreesboro, Rutherford County  03/02/2019  Allison     419-870-4734
  Jackson, Madison County  03/04/2019  Geneva   731-616-6465
  Nashville, Davidson County  05/18/2019  Robin      615-891-4724
   
NAMI Homefront
  
CITY, COUNTYSTART DATECONTACT INFORMATION
 Upcoming Classes TBA
 

 

  Upcoming Teacher Trainings
  
  PROGRAM DATECONTACT INFORMATION
 NAMI Family to Family March 8-10, 2019 Denise 615-361-6608  ext. 313
 NAMI Basics May 10-12, 2019 Denise 615-361-6608  ext. 313
   
   

 

It is devastating when you realize that your 29 year old actually has a mental illness that proper diet and exercise can’t cure. Then to hear that there are new medications for treatment without the horrible side effects was a relief.

Anonymous

Greene County

It was the most comfortable setting I have been in since the onset of my son’s disease. There was no shame, only helpful, loving, encouraging leaders and attendants. We could openly talk about our feelings without judgement.

Anonymous

Knoxville

Now I’m able to be an asset to my veteran because I am able to speak on [his] issues with more confidence and knowledge.

Anonymous

Knoxville

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