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NAMI Family to Family Class in Paradise Valley

A new Family-to-Family class is starting on June 9! See flyer for details! Call 602-759-8182 to register, or e-mail education@namivalleyofthesun.org


NAMI Basics in Mesa

A new NAMI Basics class is starting in June!

To Register, email: education@namivalleyofthesun.org or Call 602-244-8166


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.

 


NAMI Valley of the Sun is hiring!

We are looking for a part-time, Administrative Coordinator that will work 20 hours a week with a set schedule and reports directly to the NAMI VOS Executive Director. A detailed job description can be found here.

To apply, please send your resume with a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position to Tracy Sloat, t.sloat@namivalleyofthesun.org. Position open until filled.

For questions, call 602-759-8179

 


 

New NAMI CureStigma Campaign:

What's Happening: NAMI Valley of the Sun

May 16, 2019

Apr 19, 2019 By Jason Barry AZFamily.com https://www.azfamily.com/news/changes-coming-to-how-phoenix-police-handle-mental-health-calls/article_f9769a42-6300-11e9-be02-3f76c6c2a893.html

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — It was a case that rocked the community and the Phoenix Police Department.

In August 2014, a Phoenix police sergeant shot and killed a 50-year-old mentally ill woman named Michelle Cusseaux.

Police had been called to Cusseaux’s apartment to take her to a psychiatric facility.

Cusseaux reportedly raised a small hammer over her head and was gunned down.

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