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  • NAMI South Dakota Annual Conference September 2017
  • Mental Health Day 2017
  • Journey to Wellness activity in Rapid City
  • We're already planning for May 18, 2018!
  • Rain can't keep us down! NAMI Walk 2017
  • Runners at the 2017 NAMI Walk
  • 2017 Ending the Silence Presenters
  • Member Mixer in Brookings
  • Member Mixer in Huron
  • 2017 Affiliate Leaders Retreat
  • Mental Health Day at the Legislature will be February 5, 2018
  • NAMI Night in Aberdeen is the 3rd Thursday.
  • Share hope! Shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/36-3593027 and Amazon donates to NAMI South Dakota.
  

NAMI Walks 2018 will be on Saturday, May 19 at Sertoma Park in Sioux Falls.  Register to walk or become a team captain at www.namiwalks.com/southdakota.  This is our 15th annual “party in the park” to celebrate recovery and raise awareness about mental health conditions.  Please join us!

We can’t wait to see everyone on May 19th.  The Walk website will remain open for donations until July 19, so after the Walk, you will still have time to complete your donation.  Thank you!

 

We are Stigma Free Champions!

In The News: NAMI South Dakota

May 14, 2018

Please contact us at namisd@midconetwork.com if you have an interest in becoming a support group facilitator, class teacher, or presenter for the following programs:  Connection, Family Support Group, Family to Family, Basics, Ending the Silence, or In Our Own Voice.  We are setting up trainings in all programs, and we would love to talk with you about becoming a NAMI South Dakota program leader.

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    NAMI Huron members Jacinta Konechne and Geanina Rehmeier were recently featured in the Huron Daily Plainsman talking about their trip to the NAMI South Dakota conference in Spearfish.  Read more here:

    https://www.plainsman.com/article/theres-no-reason-to-suffer-in-silence

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    2017 Ending the Silence Presenters

    In August 2017, twelve NAMI South Dakota members were trained to present NAMI Ending the Silence.  This program provides mental health education in middle and high school classes.  We’re excited to bring this new program to schools all across South Dakota.  If you would like to become involved as a presenter or have ETS come to your school, contact us.

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