NAMI NH offers FREE educational classes
for families affected by mental illness.
To view the current classes, click on the appropriate link(s) below.

Family-to-Family - for family members and friends of adults with a loved one with mental illness.

Parents Meeting the Challenge - for parents and caregivers of a child or youth with an emotional disorder/mental illness.

Upcoming Events

2014 NH Walk Kick Off Lunch

You're Invited!

Join us Tues. August 7, 2014, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm for the NAMI NH Walk Kick Off Lunch at Red River Theatres (11 South Main Street, Concord).
All past and future team captains, volunteers, and those interested in learning more are encouraged to attend.
Admission is free to the Amazing Race-themed event, where attendees will enjoy a delectable lunch, have great fun, and get inspired for the 12th Annual Walk (Sun. October 5, 2014) via personal stories and Walk tools.


Contact Kim Murdoch with questions at or call the NAMI NH office at 603-225-5359

2nd Annual Dancing with Many Partners without Stepping on Toes

Tuesday, August 19th 2014 8:00 to 4:00pm
Contact: Nate Jones with questions or register today!

4th Annual Memorial Tree Lighting Ceremony

September 7, 2014
In recognition of mental illness awareness, a tree lighting ceremony was established by survivors of suicide loss and will take place on September 7th to help kick off World Suicide Prevention Week in NH. The tree will stay lit for one week in remembrance of people lost to suicide or any cause of death and in honor of those struggling with mental illness. Bulbs may be purchased in honor of your loved one to raise funds for the NAMI NH. View the flyer for more information or contact Deb Baird.

NAMIWalks NH - 2014

October 5, 2014
Join NAMI NH in the largest stigma busting statewide event for mental health advocacy in New Hampshire. Funds raised at this walk stay in NH.

Click here for more information

15th Annual Erik Cogswell Memorial Conference

Thursday, October 23, 2014

The 15th Erik Cogswell Memorial Conference will take place in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. This year's conference will focus on concepts related to trauma, its impact on mental health, and recovery. The conference seeks to educate families, consumers and professionals. Cheryl Sharp, senior advisor for trauma-informed services for the National Council for Behavioral Health, will serve as the keynote speaker. For more information about the conference, visit

2014 NH Suicide Prevention Conference

November 7, 2014

The 11th Annual NH Suicide Prevention Conference will be held on November 7th. It offers a variety of workshops and plenary sessions for anyone interested in suicide prevention. Survivors of suicide loss are encouraged to attend but should keep in mind that it can be very difficult for survivors with recent losses.

Save the Date

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day - 2014

Saturday, November 22, 2014
This event is being held at multiple locations across NH. Click here for a list of sites.

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