If a family member or loved one suffers from mental illness, you know how devastating the effects can be. He or she may live with you or depend on you for care. That’s why NAMI Sumneris offering Family to Family, a free series of classes about coping with the difficulties of caring for loved ones with mental illness. 

The course will begin Oct.8 and will be held on 12 consecutive Tuesdays (holidays exempted) in Hendersonville. 

Family to Familyteaches helpful skills such as problem management, communication and crisis planning, and provides coping skills for dealing with the cycles of various illnesses. Conducted in an atmosphere of confidentiality, classes offer participants practical and emotional support. 

There is no charge for the course, but space is limited and pre-registration is required. Learn more about Family to Family at  HYPERLINK ""  

NAMI Sumner is made up of friends and family of people with long-term mental illness. The group comes together to support each other, learn, educate the community and advocate for change. To learn more or to register for the course, contact Neil Mitchell at 615-425-6604

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