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Register Now for NAMI Lansing’s Classes

NAMI Family-to-Family starts Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017

NAMI Peer-to-Peer starts Monday, October 9, 2017

NAMI Basics starts Tuesday, Sept 12, 2017

NAMI Homefront – Contact NAMI Lansing

Registration is required for these classes. Please call 517-484-3404 or email to express your interest or ask for additional information. The classes will be held on the McClaren Hospital Campus in Lansing. Details will be provided by your class instructor when your registration is complete. Please click the links above for more information about the classes.

October 7, 2017 NAMIWalks GRAND RAPIDS!

For more information visit the NAMIWalks GRAND RAPIDS website.

Coming soon – Information on TEAMS and TRANSPORTATION.

                                                   Join Or Donate to a NAMI LANSING TEAM

NAMI Lansing Team Capitals:

From Lansing:   Dean Trailways School Bus (Sponsor)

Departs Lansing:     8:00am  (SHARP)

Bus Location:      CEI-CMH:  812 East Jolly Rd, Lansing

                                    Call To Reserve a Seat on Bus & If Ride Needed to Bus

Call : 517-484-3404 or Email:


info: Grand Rapids at Davenport University

6191 Kraft Ave. SE. Grand Rapids


Walk a Mile in My Shoes

Thanks to NAMI Lansing members who attended this advocacy walk at the Michigan Capitol on May 10, 2017!

View more photos on the blog.

Quilted Conversations –
Human Rights Issues Including Mental Health Featured in MSU Quilt Exhibit

The MSU Museum had an exhibition of beautiful and meaningful quilts made from quilt square submitted by community members on human rights. Here is the square submitted by NAMI Lansing member Judith Fryer:

Visit the blog to view more photos of mental health squares included in this project.

Mental Illness Awareness Week Results
Crisis Intervention Teams:
80 Officers Received a 40-Hour Training

The first Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training in the Lansing area was held in late November 2016. With outstanding support from the Lansing Police Department, Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Community Mental Health Authority, and other stakeholders including NAMI Lansing, the first 41 police officers from the Tri-county area received training. A second class was held in April 2017 and a third class of 40 was held in June 2017.


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