Adults: NAMI can teach you how to help struggling teens with your stories of survival

The Marion Polk chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) is looking for adult volunteers to share their experiences with mental health challenges at local schools. 

The new program is called Ending the Silence. Volunteers take part in training that will prepare them to share their personal stories about struggles with mental health or loving someone who does. 

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