In Your Own Voice-living with mental health challenges and achieving recovery
Ended May 30

What is NAMI In Our Own Voice?

NAMI In Our Own Voice is a unique public education program in which presentations consist of two trained speakers sharing their compelling personal stories of living with mental health challenges and achieving recovery. This presentation provides personal, practical, and useful information about mental illness.

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The presentation takes 60-90 minutes and includes a short video, personal testimony and a Q&A period that allows for honest and open dialogue. Presenters touch on the various phases of recovery including Dark Days, Acceptance, Treatment, Coping Skills, and Successes, Hopes, and Dreams.

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Audience Perspectives

“I learned more about mental health conditions from these generous people than any book I have read.”

“I enjoyed seeing and hearing the joy and happiness that the panel still found despite their illness. Both presenters were courageous, honest and informative.”

About NAMI

  • NAMI Vermont is the independent Vermont chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, a statewide non-profit, grassroots, volunteer organization comprised of family members, friends, and individuals affected by mental illness.
  • As our mission, NAMI Vermont supports, educates and advocates so that all communities, families, and individuals affected by mental illness can build better lives.
  • We provide educational classes, support groups, an annual conference, a Fall Walkathon, and advocate for legislation to improve the mental health system of care.


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