Certified Recovery Specialist Program
ASPIN, in partnership with NAMI, has developed a training and certification program for Certified Recovery Specialists. This program represents a partnership that includes several key stakeholders. NAMI and The SECT Center are partnering on curriculum development and training.
Eligibility for training as a Certified Recovery Specialist is available to individuals who self-identify as having a mental health diagnosis, who are over the age of 18, who have completed a minimum of a high school or a GED program, and who
To learn more, please go to the certification website.
Lawrenceburg NAMI Family Support Group
The Lawrenceburg NAMI Family Support Group meets monthly on the first Wednesday at CMHC’s offices at 401 West Eads Parkway, Suite 450, in the Millhouse Market retail area off U. S. 50 in Lawrenceburg. Meetings are from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. This group is for family members of those with mental illness. Meetings are open, and newcomers are always welcome.
The purpose of United Families is to empower families through education and support to best cope with life’s challenges. The program offers families gatherings for parents of children with emotional and behavioral needs to provide peer support. For more information, please contact 812-537-7381
FIRE (Finding Improvement by Reaching Empowerment)
The purpose of FIRE is to empower youth through education and support to best cope with life’s challenges. The program offers peer support and community education related to mental illness to youth throughout the region. For more information, please contact a Youth Advocate at 812-537-7381
Survivors of Suicide
Survivors of Suicide are a support group for adults who have attempted suicide. For information, go to www.survivorsofsuicide.com
Peer support group for adults with a mental illness. For information, go to www.emotionsanonymous.org