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NAMI Family to Family Teacher Training

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NAMI Basics in Peoria

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NAMI Ending the Silence

NAMI Valley of the Sun is seeking applications for presenters in the NAMI Signature Program, NAMI Ending the Silence. To learn more about NAMI Ending the Silence, click here. To Apply, click here.

 


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April 8, 2019

Published 6:00 a.m. MT March 26, 2019 | Updated 2:39 p.m. MT April 1, 2019 Rebekah L. Sanders, Arizona Republic https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/politics/legislature/2019/03/26/arizona-legislature-considers-bills-tackle-homelessness-seriously-mentally-ill-services/3005504002/

Alex Goldstein’s unusual behavior started worrying his parents before he got to kindergarten.

He struggled to follow directions and didn’t make friends. He gazed into the distance and laughed for no evident reason. He worried insects would bite him at the dinner table.

Doctors at first told Charles and Laurie Goldstein of Scottsdale that their son had attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Read More

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