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Recent Pictures

  • Dr. Elyn Saks and family.
  • Left to right: Elyn Saks, Ph.D, J.D., consumer and Pete Earley, author, journalist and mental health advocate
  • Sandra Baker McQueen asking a question
  • General view of Conference. Every seat was taken.
  • Left to Right: Robin Cole, Charlotte Tomic, Carlos Laurrari, Donna Sheppard, Susan Racher, Denise Berriz.
  • At 14th Annual Mental Health Conference at Jungle Island
  • Robin Cole - Nami of Miami president and Dr. Saks
  • Robin Cole, NAMI of Miami chapter president
  • Fellowship House President Amy McClellan and Director, Marilyn Lieberman, Bob and another volunteer, they were a tremendous help.
  • Ms. Judy Robinson, Past President - NAMI of Miami
  • Susan Racher and Dr. Sara Czaja, Associate Director, Center on Aging, Miller School of Medicine.
  • Amy McClenan and Sgt.
  • Lunch
  • Dr. Philip Harvey, Chief of Psychology, Miller School of Medicine
  • Dr. Charles Nemeroff, Chairman, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Miller School of Medicine - "There is no health without mental health - and all of us know that."
  • Right to Left on right side of room- Donna Sheppard, Robin Cole, Denise Berriz, Dr. Harriet Lefley, Simone Anderson, Judy Robinson. University of Miami personnel on left side.
  • Susan Racher, Conference Coordinator and guest speaker Pete Ealey
  • Judy Robinson
  • Susan Racher starting the Conference
  • Questions from the audience
  • Carlos Laurari, introducing Dr. Saks.
  • The conference room was full. Some even had to stand at the back.
  • Ushimbra J. Buford, M.D. Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
  • Pete Earley - vWe have some tools that we are not using, that we need to start using. Four of them: ADA., Parity Act., Enforcement of the Supreme Court's decision on Olmstead v. L. C., prohibiting discrimination and the Affordable Care act.
  • Dr. Elyn Saks, Ph.D, J.D.
  • Board president Robin Cole speaks before the County Commission.
You’ll soon begin to learn more about our upcoming NAMI walk

In The News: Nami of Miami, Inc.

July 30, 2015

Paying for Highways on the Backs of People Who Live with Mental Illness: Congress Considers Cuts to Social Security – See more at: http://www.nami.org/Blogs/NAMI-Blog/July-2015/Paying-for-Highways-on-the-Backs-of-People-Who-Liv?utm_source=naminow&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=july2015 Couldn’t make it to convention or want to look back on your experience? Take a look at some highlights and resources from an inspirational week in San Francisco. – See more more »

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