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Program Name: NAMI Clark County
Agency Name: NAMI National
Year the Program was Started: 1979
Address: 2801 Fort Vancouver
PO Box 5353
Vancouver, WA 98661
Telephone #: 360-695-2823
Fax #: 360-823-1088
Email Address: info@nami-clark.org
Website URL: www.nami-clark.org
Program Category: Community Education, Recovery Education, Support Group
Target Participants:
Families of Children, Adults
Program Setting:
Program Owned or Leased Facility (leased store front, community residence)
Annual Program Budget: $100,000-$200,000
Number of staff: Paid Full-Time: 1-2
Paid Part-Time: 1-2
Volunteers: 20+
Consumer involvement in the program
Number of staff members and volunteers who are consumers: Majority
How often do consumer staff and volunteers participate in program decisions? Usually
Number of administrators or board members who are consumers: Majority
Program Training/ Technical Assistance Materials Available: Individual training, Program brochure, Guides/Manuals, Website
Cost for materials? No
Program Goals: To educate about recovery and wellness To reduce hospitalization by providing timely support To encourage peer socialization and supportive interaction To reduce community stigma and promote public awareness and understanding To educate and provide tools for families
Have any outcomes for this program been assessed through internal or external research? Yes
If Yes, details: The NAMI National developed programs have been researched and are considered "Best Practices"
Program Mission Statement: “Our mission is to improve the quality of life for all those struggling with and affected by brain disorders; people with a psychiatric condition, family members, mental health professionals, and concerned citizens.”
Additional Information: NAMI works within our community to address issues affecting the mental health community and to provide hope and information to individuals and their families about mental disorders, treatment and recovery.

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