Training Opportunity. January 21 & 22, Nashville, TN
In Our Own Voice: Living with Mental Illness (IOOV) is so
much more than a National Signature program.
Consumers (persons diagnosed with mental illness) who are living in
recovery learn to tell their life story with maximum impact. Presenters speak about their challenges,
accepting their illness, and treatment that helps. They share the coping skills they have
learned and inspire audiences with their successes, hopes and dreams.
Consumer presenters tell their stories of how
they have hit the depths of pain and isolation and risen to a state of recovery
through treatment, support and belief in themselves. It is a program that has inspired audiences
all across the country. The presenters
are true heroes.
- A presentation
by consumers that creates awareness about what is involved in recovery from
- A powerful
tool to change hearts, minds, and attitudes about mental illness.
- An opportunity
for consumers to gain self-confidence, self-esteem, and income while
serving as role models for the community.
proof that recovery from
mental illness is an ongoing reality.
Since it's debut in Tennessee in 2006, IOOV has been
presented to more than
Call 1-800-467-3589 and ask for Bonnie Hyler for more information or to see if you qualify for this FREE training.
TENNESSEE PARITY PROJECT
What is Mental Health Parity and Why is it Important?
Mental health parity means mental illness and substance use conditions must receive the same insurance coverage as physical illness. So if your plan offers unlimited doctor visits for a chronic condition like diabetes, then it must also offer unlimited visits for a mental health condition such as PTSD or anxiety.
Without Mental Health Parity, you are not getting the full range of benefits to which you are entitled.
What is the Tennessee Parity Project?
The Tennessee Parity Project is a coalition to promote state-wide public education on mental health parity. TPP engages in grassroots awareness and compliance education, as well as supporting legislative education and action on the issue.
For more information contact Bonnie Hannah at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-467-3589
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EDUCATION CLASSES FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN, FAMILY MEMBERS, AND FRIENDS OF PERSONS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS
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NAMI Tennessee Helpline
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NAMI Tennessee is a grass roots, non-profit self-help organization made up of people with mental illness, their families and community members. We are dedicated to improving quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education and advocacy.