Family to Family (F2F) is one of NAMI’s most popular signature programs. In this class, family and friends learn how to help their loved ones who struggle with mental health challenges. This 12 session program is offered at no cost to the participants.
Classes are taught by other family members who are trained Family to Family teachers. Our teachers have real world experience with the issues you face on a daily basis. Past participants have increased their coping skills and problem solving abilities.
Starting in March, NAMI of Central Middlesex will be sponsoring Family to Family classes in two locations:
- Littleton: Starting Tuesday, March 5, 7-9:30PM. Contact Phyllis at 978-973-3995 or Phyllis.firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lori at 978-987-3224 or email@example.com.
- Lexington: Starting Thursday, March 7, 7-9:30PM. Contact Dee at 978-697-3441 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Tom at 978-618-7521 or email@example.com.
More information about Family to Family is available on the NAMI Mass web site, or you may view our flyer.
FAMILY CONNECTIONS MANAGING SUICIDALITY AND TRAUMA RECOVERY (FC-MSTR) is a program for parents whose teenage or young-adult child has made a suicide attempt or had one or more traumatic self-injuries. The program aims to provide parents with education, skills and support to effectively manage the stress and other difficulties that arise when their child has attempted suicide or self-harmed.
FC-MSTR is currently being offered as part of a research study. As a research participant you will be asked to: Complete a series of online surveys over a 4 month period. Attend the FC-MSTR program on January, 25-27, 2019 (Belmont, MA) Refer your son/daughter (ages 14-35) who experienced the suicidal crisis for research participation. He or she will be invited to complete a series of questionnaires, if they choose to participate in the study.
Read more at January 2018 McLean Family Connections