Support While You Shop!
Did you know that your holiday shopping could help to support NAMI Maine’s many statewide programs? If you plan to shop at Amazon this year, consider trying Amazon Smile! Click the link and select “Nami-Maine Incorporated, Augusta” as your charity of choice, and we will receive 0.5% of the proceeds of your purchase.
There are many different ways to support NAMI Maine. From volunteering, donating items to our Waterville Peer Recovery Center, or a monetary contribution – your generosity helps us continue our efforts to advocate, educate, and support all those across the state affected by mental health.
Books, Books, Books
The Waterville Peer Recovery Center needs your help! We are in search of books on mental health related topics. To donate, please send books to: NAMI Maine, 1 Bangor St, Augusta, ME 04330. Click here for a full list of needed items. We truly appreciate your support!
NAMI Maine Progressions
Introducing NAMI Maine’s newest program: Progressions. Completed in 2-hour sessions over six weeks, this course is aimed at young people with emerging mental health concerns and is taught by community members with similar lived experience. In this course, youth learn how to maintain good mental health, recognize signs of stress, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder, learn to talk to others about their experience and help peers in similar situations. Click here and request to host a class today – let’s start the conversation!
Please join NAMI Maine in welcoming our new Policy and Quality Assurance Associate, Maggie Priest. Maggie is a recent college graduate with a BA in Political Science and International Studies. Under her role, she is responsible for building partnerships with state and local leaders in order to advocate for the implementation of NAMI Maine’s legislative agenda.
Each month, APA members have
Each month, APA members have free access to an online CME course on a trending topic. The December course reviews the MacArthur Violence Risk Assessment Study, a multidisciplinary effort to identify valid risk factors for violence by people discharged from short-term psychiatric facilities. Click here to access the Course of the Month and sign up for updates about this free member benefit.
Month Long Event (december)