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

 

NAMI Family to Family
  
 CITY, COUNTY START DATE CONTACT INFORMATION
    Atoka, Tipton County  02/03/2020

  Charlotte  901-355-8758 or                Marcus     901-281-5578

   Mt. Juliet, Wilson County  02/15/2020   Don        615-417-9083 
   Maryville, Blount County  02/17/2020   Trish       865-556-6635
   Murfreesboro, Rutherford County  02/18/2020   Jill          615-397-4989
   Oak Ridge, Roane County  02/22/2020

  Toni        865-806-7816                        Kathy     865-466-1234

  Clarksville, Montgomery County  02/26/2020  Karen     270-885-9410

 

 NAMI Basics
  
 CITY, COUNTY START DATE CONTACT INFORMATION
   Dickson, Dickson County   02/01/2020  Clarissa  615-739-1096
   Humbolt, Gibson County   02/06/2020  Chassity  731-487-8578
   
   
NAMI Homefront
  
CITY, COUNTYSTART DATECONTACT INFORMATION
 NAMI Homefront is currently available only online  NAMI Homefront Online
   
   
   

 

  Upcoming Teacher Trainings
  
  PROGRAM DATECONTACT INFORMATION
  BRIDGES  Nov. 11-15, 2019  Denise 615-361-6608  ext. 313
  NAMI Basics   Oct. 25-27, 2019  Denise 615-361-6608  ext. 313
  NAMI Family to Family   April 17-19, 2020  Denise 615-361-6608  ext. 313
  NAMI Basics   TBA Spring 2020  Denise 615-361-6608  ext. 313
   
    

 

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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

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Anonymous

Knoxville

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