Education

Education section listing education organization resources for individuals or family or friends supporting a loved one with mental illness.
ProgramAddress and/or phone numberWebsite and/or email addressComments
Breaking the Silence (BTS)NAMI Queens/ Nassau
1981 Marcus Avenue, Suite C-117
Lake Success, NY 11042
516.326.0797
www.btslessonplans.org
btslessonplabtslessonplans@aol.comns@aol.com
Developed by NAMI Queens/Nassau County, NY. Tool kit includes lesson plans, games and posters on SMI for upper elementary, middle, and high school levels.
The Jason Foundation, Inc.18 Volunteer Dr.
Hendersonville TN 37075
888.881.2323
jasonfoundation.com/Provides educational pr0grams and services for parents, youth, and teachers to end the “silent epidemic”—youth suicide.
NAMI’s In Our Own Voice—Living with MINAMI PA, Chester County:
825 Paoli Pike, 3rd fl, Mailbox #6
West Chester 19380
484.947.5673
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
P.O. Box 567
Lansdowne, PA 19050
267.251.6240
NAMI PA, Main Line:
320 Woodley Rd.
Merion Station PA 19066-1413
NAMI PA,
267.251.6240
Montgomery County:
100 South Keswick Ave.
Glenside, PA 19038
215.866.0350
10am-2pm or leave message
NAMI PA, Chester County:
http://chester.nami.org
namichesco@gmail.com
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
www.nami.org/sites/NAMIPA-DelawareCountyChapter
namipadelco@nami.org
NAMI PA, Main Line:
www.NAMIpaMainLine.org
info@namipamainline.org
NAMI PA, Montgomery County:
www.nami-montcopa.org/
info@montconami.com

Trained MH consumers share their stories of recovery with community groups.
Mental Health RecoveryP.O. Box 301
West Dummerston, VT 05357
802.254.2092
www.mentalhealthrecovery.com
info@mentalhealthrecovery.com
WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan helps consumers learn early warning signs of instability and develop a prevention action plan. NOTE: WRAP is offered at several locations locally.
NAMI Peer-to-Peer NAMI PA, Bucks County
P.O. Box 355
866.399.NAMI
Warrington 18974
www.namibucks.org
info@namibucks.org
An experiential learning program for those with SMI who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery. Taught by trained MH consumers. Course is 2hr/week for 9 weeks.
Family-to-Family Education ProgramNAMI PA, Chester County:
825 Paoli Pike, 3rd fl, Mailbox #6
West Chester 19380
484.947.5673
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
P.O. Box 567
Lansdowne, PA 19050
267.251.6240
NAMI PA, Main Line:
320 Woodley Rd.
Merion Station PA 19066-1413
NAMI PA,
267.251.6240
Montgomery County:
100 South Keswick Ave.
Glenside, PA 19038
215.866.0350
10am-2pm or leave message
NAMI PA, Chester County:
http://chester.nami.org
namichesco@gmail.com
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
www.nami.org/sites/NAMIPA-DelawareCountyChapter
namipadelco@nami.org
NAMI PA, Main Line:
www.NAMIpaMainLine.org
info@namipamainline.org
NAMI PA, Montgomery County:
www.nami-montcopa.org/
info@montconami.com
12 week program for family members of persons with MI. Sessions cover information about illnesses of the brain and their treatment, coping skills, communication and advocacy. Taught by trained NAMI family members. Registration required.
NAMI PA, Delaware County:
F2F classes are held at Springfield Hospital
NAMI PA, Main Line:
F2F classes are held near Lankenau Hospital in Wynnewood
NAMI PA, Montgomery County:
F2F classes are held in Glenside, Norristown and Pottstown
TEC Family Center1211 Chestnut Street (11th floor)
Philadelphia, PA 19107
267-507-3865 800.688.4226
X232 or x233
http://www.mhasp.org/about-tec
TECinfo@mhasp.org
Associated with Mental Health Association of Southeastern PA (MHASP). Provides information packet and workshops about MI. Offers 4-6 workshops/year ranging from 4-8 weeks. No fee for Philadelphia residents; small fee for others.

NAMI PA, Main Line presents this information, which is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but we are not specifically endorsing these services. Email us at info@NAMIPAMainLine.org or call 267-251-6240 to send us feedback.

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