Throughout the presentation, the audience is encouraged to offer feedback and ask questions. These opportunities for participants lead to a better understanding of what it is like to live with a mental illness and help break down the walls of stigma that surround mental illness. In fact, 85% of those who attend an In Our Own Voice presentation leave with a more positive attitude about mental illness and recovery.
“By telling my story I can help others: that’s huge. Before I was always the one being helped.”
Presentations are available to community, civic and government organizations, law enforcement, healthcare providers, faith communities, students, consumers, and families and friends.
To attend or schedule a presentation, or if you are interested in becoming a presenter contact Tricia Ellis, 603-545-7270. If interested in becoming a presenter please fill out an application and email to Tricia Ellis or mail to NAMI NH Attn: Tricia Ellis. The In Our Own Voice training is set for December 2nd and 3rd 2017 (full day trainings)