11/7 - Mental Illness #101 (Indianapolis)

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Thursday  November 7, 2013 

This educational day includes presentations on the topics of the "Biological Basis of Mental Illness," "Categories of Mental Illness" and "Active Listening & Tools for Crisis Situations," as well as two Live Experience presentations.

Date:  Thursday, November 7, 2013
Time (local time):  8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Credit hours: 5.5 Non-Legal Subject credit (pending)

Cost: $80.00

Location: Larue Carter Hospital, Small Auditorium
2601 Cold Spring Rd., Indianapolis 46222

Provider: NAMI Indiana - National Alliance on Mental Illness Indiana

Contact information:
Marianne Halbert
(317) 925-9399 or (800) 677-6442
mhalbert@namiindiana.org
www.namiindiana.org
 

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