Monthly Education Meeting

Third Monday of Every Month at 6:00 p.m.

Lutheran Church of the Redeemer

4700 Armour Road Columbus, GA 31904

November 18, 2019 -- 6:00 P.M.

 

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Please join us for an evening of fun and friendly competition at our Bunco Game Night. There will be prizes, too! Don’t worry if you’ve never played before, because we’ll have seasoned players on hand to explain the rules.
Let’s have some fun!

Annual Holiday Potluck Party

You are cordially invited to our annual Holiday Potluck Party

Sunday, December 8, 2019 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Columbus Hospice (Community Room)

7020 Moon Road

Columbus, Georgia 31909

Every year NAMI Columbus members and friends gather in December to celebrate the holidays and our successes from the current year.
NAMI Columbus will supply meat and beverages. We ask you to look through your recipes and supply side dishes and desserts.
We have so MUCH to celebrate, please plan on joining us again (or for the first time).
If you can assist with set up and/or clean up, please contact us via our main email address: info@namicolumbusga.org or call 706.320.3755 and leave a message.
PLEASE NOTE: We will not have our regular Monthly Education Meeting in December, because of our Potluck. Regular meetings will resume in January.

NAMI Columbus Affiliate Highlight NAMI has had a busy May 2019 celebrating #MentalHealthMonthNAMI, NAMI Georgia and NAMI Columbus were thrilled to support the Cars & Coffee Rally - a Mental Health Awareness event hosted by Chris Hubbard and PTAP (Perfect Touch Automotive Playground). Thank you for supporting mental health!

This was a successful event from NAMI National and was covered on NAMI's website in their Strength Over Silence Series: Stories of Courage, Culture And Community.

The latest installment, Tackling Mental Health Stigma, features Cris Hubbard, offensive tackle for the Cleveland Browns, as he takes a journey back to his hometown of Columbus, Ga where he shares the unique challenges of playing competitive sports, encourages young athletes to take care of their mental health and relays the importance of asking for help.

Columbus By the Numbers 5,1,17-4,30,18