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Mississippi 2618 Southerland Street Jackson, MS 39216 601-899-9058 • 800-357-0388 Fax: 601-956-6380 • namims.org
TABLE OF CONTENTS Letter from the President of the Board 2 Letter from the Executive Director 3 NAMI Pine Belt 3 NAMI Meridian 4 NAMI Oxford 4 Youth Advisory Council 5 Community Partners 5 2018 State Conference Call for Proposals 6 2017 NAMIWalks Recap 9-11 The Education Corner 12 Community Partnership Highlights 13 Youth Advisory Council 17 Calendar of Events 18 Support Group Contacts 18 Membership Updates 19 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Brett Mayfield, President Gloria Mwase, Vice President Sharon Turner-Davis, Secretary Auvergne Williams, Treasurer Jesse Coppenbarger, At Large Hanne Gaycken, At Large Marcus Ginn, At Large Mary Harrington, At Large Clinton Smith, At Large Christiane Williams, At Large Harold & Nancy White, At Large Thomas Carson, Consumer Council Representative Dr. Joe Kinnan, Pine Belt Affiliate Representative Randall Williams, Vicksburg Affiliate Representative Lynn Gilbert, Oxford Affiliate Representative Patricia Battle, Meridian Affiliate Representative STATE OFFICERS Tameka Tobias, Executive Director Sitaniel J. Wimbley, Program Director Rita Hodges, Account Manager Tamara Jones-Smith, Conference Coordinator Kawanna Jenkins, Education Outreach Volunteer Jamie Kurlej, Community Outreach Specialist Latasha A. Willis, Community Outreach Specialist AFFILIATES Central Mississippi 4 Rivers MS (Developing) Gulf Coast (Program Affiliate) Pine Belt Vicksburg Meridian Oxford Yazoo (Program Affiliate) NAMI ON CAMPUS Jackson State University USM Gulf Park Millsaps College (Developing) The NAMI Mississippi newsletter is funded by donations from members and partners, and is published to inform, educate and strengthen the community of individuals and families affected by serious mental illness. The articles and opinions within are not necessarily those of the NAMI Mississippi organization. Content is not intended to endorse any political candidates, viewpoint, treatment or medication.
Letter from the President of the Board
ear fellow members, More than ever, we are living in a time when it is important to live, work, and serve in our communities with integrity, fidelity, and passion. Many of you are professionals whose days center around service and support. Others of you are a testament to the lived experience of mental illness and the hope of recovery. Still others are families who persevere in supporting a relative with mental illness. As easy as it is to get distracted by the day-to-day demands of life, we must always keep in mind that our most significant legacy is in the people to whom we’ve shown love and care. As we kick off 2018, let us do so with a renewed passion, having reflected on the mission of our organization and on the new life it can bring to so many. At NAMI Mississippi, we are constantly on the lookout for programs and volunteers that bring together our best efforts and build bridges within our local communities and across the state. Our calendar this year is filled with advisory council meetings, local support and awareness programs, mental health and recovery education programs, and community outreach events. We’re connecting with our neighbors, our fellow advocates, our elected officials, and members of our communities like police officers, teachers, social workers, church leaders, and families. We invite you to come be a part of
this important work. We want to build stronger teams in our local affiliates, plant new affiliates in parts of the state where support is limited, and make connections that unify NAMI Mississippi and other organizations and state agencies in a positive vision for what mental healthcare can look like. We need you for that. Contact your local NAMI affiliate or our State Office to find out how you can support and engage in the essential work that we do. Like our page on Facebook and visit it throughout the upcoming legislative session for updates of how your representatives at the State Legislature are supporting those living with mental illness and their families in Mississippi. We treasure our members, and we treasure the passion and perspective you bring to our organization. We invite you to be a part of our work by joining us May 17-18, 2018 at our annual State Conference at Belhaven University. The theme is “THRIVE: Navigating the Journey,” and we will explore recovery, joyful living, and effective transitions. Also share your community success stories at our annual membership meeting May 19, 2018 on the Belhaven campus. We look forward to another year of hard, cheerful work as we make 2018 a year of progress for mental wellness in Mississippi. Sincerely, Brett Mayfield, Board President
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Letter from the Executive Director
i, all! Welcome to another amazing issue of the NAMI Mississippi Newsletter! As always, I am excited to share how we are working diligently to carry out the mission of NAMI Mississippi. Within this newsletter, you will find where I, along with our dedicated staff and volunteers work alongside partners to not only advance and strengthen the mission but to also enhance our communities. Before I introduce you to the wonderful outreach activities being held in the Oxford, Meridian, Pine Belt, Central Mississippi, Yazoo City, Southwest Mississippi and the Gulf Coast areas, I will provide you with a brief overview of some of the state chapter activities. First, I am pleased to announce that in early October, as a member of the Attorney General’s Mental Health Task Force, I along with
several board members began working alongside a group of dedicated leaders. The task force leadership includes, but is not limited to, mental health professionals, local and statewide elected officials, law enforcement officials, chancery judges, medical associations, and community service organizations. I look forward to the collective efforts of this group, as we all share one common goal: Working to ensure adequate services will be provided throughout the state of Mississippi. In addition to working alongside our current leadership, we are recruiting our future leaders. In early November, I had the honor of presenting to more than 200 students at the HOSA-Future Health Professionals Leadership Conference. In speaking with many of the students, I am certain we have a great group of future health professionals and advocates!
Lastly, I am pleased to announce that we reached NAMI National’s re-affiliation target deadline. Since 2013, the NAMI Board has been thoughtful to encourage and support but not pressure and penalize state and affiliate leaders for determining the right timeframe to do the re-affiliation work. As time has gone on, they have been encouraged by the progress made to start and finish re-affiliation by brand new affiliates that didn’t exist four years ago as well as states that have experienced hardships. They are focused on making sure affiliates and states have what they need to be able to successfully complete re-affiliation in 2018. I am pleased to announce that we met the 50-percent target goal! Sincerely, Tameka Tobias, Executive Director
Have you seen the new and improved NAMI Mississippi website yet?
In addition to the information on programs and services that you have always enjoyed, we also have a searchable resource directory, a dedicated page for each NAMI Mississippi affiliate, a color-coded event calendar, and more. The website is still a work in progress, but we have lots of new features for you! Explore our new digital home at your leisure.
Check it out now: namims.org
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ew Year’s greetings to all NAMI members and friends! Our affiliate had a very productive year in 2017, but as they say, there is always room for improvement. :-) Looking back, we are particularly pleased with the opportunities we have had to assist with the formation of the Crisis Intervention Teams (CIT) and the de-escalation training of numerous law enforcement officers throughout the Pine Belt. That work will continue throughout the New Year as more officers are added to the CIT program. The CIT graduates have professed their appreciation for the insights they have received from NAMI members. Our affiliate is collaborating with other agencies to host a CIT Appreciation Banquet in April 2018.
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AMI Meridian hosted our annual Candlelight Vigil on Monday, Oct. 2, during National Mental Health Awareness Week and attended a free Opioid Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 24 as well as a fall festival at Central Mississippi Residential Center, on Thursday, Oct. 26. Pictured are our members and friends enjoying a nice spread and fun conversation during our second annual Members and Friends Holiday Reception at East Mississippi Electrical Power Association’s auditorium on Thursday, Dec. 7. During the event, some items for our Christmas gift bag service project were delivered. On
The local Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Chapter continued to be supportive to our affiliate in2017. They helped sponsor a Minority Mental Health Forum in July. Numerous clients, providers, and family members participated. The Hattiesburg Mayor’s Office greeted the people who attended. This marks three years in a row for this significant event. We were privileged to be a part of the NAMIWalk in November. Once again, we received outstanding support from the Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources team as we prepared for the walk. We had four walkers represent us as the Pine Belt Pacers. We hope to promote a special NAMIWalk next year in the Hattiesburg area to increase the number of donations to support NAMI programs. We continue to enjoy excellent support from the team at the NAMI Mississippi Executive Director’s office. We are also impressed with the can-do spirit and investment of energy by our NAMI Mississippi board executive officers, led by Brett Mayfield. Gloria Mwase, the NAMI Mississippi board vice-president, has been an awesome facilitator of NAMI advocacy efforts in our state. We are maintaining a strong focus on expanding our membership, so the “load” can
be shared as we fight to eradicate stigma. We do what we can to assist individuals and families who struggle with mental health crises. We frequently refer families to the most appropriate mental health services. We have guest speakers at most of our monthly meetings. Please join us on the last Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Forrest General Hospital Cafeteria Elm Room to share ideas and learn more about the issues in mental health. Indeed, we look forward to a very blessed new year working together with our NAMI partners. In fact, two NAMI on Campus Programs at the University of Southern Mississippi and William Carey University will be initiated in 2018. Let’s continue to advocate for significant improvements in our mental health system. We are companions on this exciting and meaningful journey! - Respectfully submitted by Joe Kinnan, Ph.D.
Tuesday, Dec. 12, all the items donated for the gift bags were distributed to a local homeless shelter, Alliance Health Center, DeKalb Group Home, and others.
We wish everyone a wonderful, peaceful holiday season, and may 2018 be a fantastic NAMI year! - Jill R. Walsh, Secretary
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ur Oxford affiliate has been very active in our local community this fall season. The first event was our attendance at the annual Health Fair on the Ole Miss campus. We were asked to set up a table complete with stacks of pamphlets. We enjoyed speaking with the many professors and students who stopped by to chat and learn more about NAMI. As members of the Family-to-Family group, we spoke to them about education, stigma and awareness. This was great exposure for NAMI and for our local affiliate. The next event was the Suicide Prevention Walk on the Ole Miss campus in early October. Several members of our affiliate attended, proudly wearing green NAMI Oxford shirts. It was a very emotional day for those of us who have suffered suicide in our own families. Our Oxford Affiliate was well represented at the BancorpSouth Center of
Tupelo in October. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. invited us to their “Mask Off ” event, complete with music and dancing. AKA presented our affiliate with a very generous check for $1,000, which was accepted by our outgoing president, Michael Danahy. We are both grateful and honored to be the recipient of this gift. AKA also has been very generous in supporting the national NAMI organization. Team Oxford was very successful in raising funds for the NAMIWalk this year. Our team goal was $1,000, but we
received donations for nearly twice that amount ($1,905). We so appreciate all our friends and family members who contributed to this worthy cause. Our bi-monthly support group continues to thrive, with several new members in attendance, in addition to many who have attended for years. Similarly, our Connection group remains vibrant and active. We look forward to many more opportunities to highlight the good work of NAMI here in Oxford, Mississippi! - Amanda Williams, President
Team Oxford was very successful in raising funds for the NAMIWalk this year.
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Michael Danahy, outgoing NAMI Oxford president (second from left) receives check from the Nu Sigma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at the Mask Off for Mental Illness in October. Also in attendance is Executive Director Tameka Tobias (second from right).
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Youth Advisory Council · Est. 2016
The Youth Advisory Council hosted their first fundraiser, Cupcake Wars, on Sunday, Oct. 1. The event included 11 Cupcake Wars contestants, three local celebrity judges, and approximately 50 attendees to support the Youth Advisory Council.
Pictured above are all three local celebrity judges. From left to right is Jeromie Jones, also known as Sippi Kake King, Kristy Johnson, 2017 Miss Black Mississippi USA, and Micah Smith, music editor at Jackson Free Press.
by Jamie Kurlej, Community Outreach Specialist & YAC Member
Cupcake Wars Winners Pictured above are Cupcake Wars contestants displaying their cupcakes before the cupcake tasting.
Special thanks to Broad Street Bakery & Cafe and Outback Steakhouse for helping to make Cupcake Wars a great success! What’s next? Upcoming objectives for the Youth Advisory Council include attending the Healthy Teens Rally in January, hosting a NAMI signature program training in the spring, and participating in local discussion panels throughout the spring.
FIRST PLACE Marina Loper SECOND PLACE Shondra Macklin THIRD PLACE Carla Campanella
Mississippi Mental Health & Wellness
Day at the Capitol A community collaboration between
HINDS Behavioral Health Services
and members of the Crisis Intervention Team Task Force
JANUARY 22-26, 2018 • 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Thursday, February 15 1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M. Mississippi State Capitol 400 High St, Room 216 Jackson, MS 39202 East Hallway Exhibits
LOCATION: Hinds Behavioral Health Services 3450 Hwy 80 West, Jackson, MS 39209 GOALS:
• Ensure the safety of officers and civilians; • Increase officer understanding of mental illness; • Improve relationships with the community, particularly with mental health professionals, people with mental illness, and family members. Tiffany Anderson, CIT Task Force Coordinator Phone - 601-321-2400 Fax - 601-321-2476 Email - email@example.com
REGISTER EARLY. CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED.
Hear personal stories Participate in wellness activities For more information, call 601-899-9058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org This event is in conjunction with the Consumer Rights Committee of the MS Planning and Advisory Council.
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any presentation handouts IF the presenter submits the original to the State Office via email or mail no later than April 15, 2018. • Apply for CEs credits for several disciplines. • Provide a podium and screen as requested by the presenter. A microphone will be provided based on the number of preregistered attendees for the presenter’s workshop. Presenters who wish to provide their own equipment may do so with notice to the Office of any electrical hook-up requirements. • Provide a moderator to introduce the speaker and a monitor(s) to assist the speaker, distribute materials, and collect evaluations. • Provide each presenter with conference materials, including name badge and program. Presenters must check in at the Presenter registration table on-site to receive the materials.
Call for Proposals 2018 Annual State Conference May 17-18, 2018 The Billy Kim Center at Belhaven University Theme: “THRIVE: Navigating the Journey” Proposal Deadline: February 15, 2018 proposals for file and/or future consideration. • Notify the primary contact of acceptance or denial decisions, and will send final registration brochure to confirm scheduled date and time. • Include the accepted workshop title of 10 words or less and the speakers’ supplied title/credentials up to 10 letters or less. • Provide to the attendees copies of
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The NAMI Mississippi Annual State Conference is currently seeking workshop proposals. Workshops will be scheduled as 60-minute sessions throughout the conference. The conference will be held on Thursday, May 17th from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm and Friday, May 18th from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. Proposals must be typed using the attached format and submitted no later than February 15, 2018. Proposals may be submitted electronically as a PDF to email@example.com, or proposals may be submitted by mail to: NAMI Mississippi 2618 Southerland Street, Suite 100, Jackson, MS 39216 *Electronic proposals are preferred. The proposal form includes a section to indicate if the presenter(s) is willing to present the educational program twice during the conference. If you indicate yes, you may be asked in advance and/or during the conference should a speaker cancel at the last minute, to present your offering for a second session. NAMI Mississippi will: • Maintain all submitted
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Total Raised: $31,717.62
Top Fundraiser: Cynthia Mangum • $3,169
Top Affiliate Team: Team Oxford • $1,905
Wellness Festival Vendors: NFusion Metro • Families As Allies • AAA Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Southern Indiana, Kansas and Illinois Hinds Behavioral Health Services (HBHS) • Paparazzi Accessories • Cassandra Williams, Allstate Insurance Representative
Thanks to each of you for helping to make this awesome event possible. Because of your generous donations, we will continue our efforts to offer community support through advocacy, education, and support. We urge each of you to become involved in our NAMI programs and continue to support those living with a mental illness. NAMI Mississippi would especially like to thank our generous sponsors who are listed below:
Kilometer: Supporter: Bronze: Gold: In-Kind:
A special THANK YOU to all of our sponsors!
HINDS Behavioral Health Services
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Zumba with Shenetha Monroe’s Donuts & Bakery
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Training of Trainers is Now Open!
by Sitaniel J. Wimbley, Program Director
Congratulations on Completing
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 16, 2018. • Training dates: April 20-22, 2018 • Training dates are slightly altered for NAMI Connection: April 19-22, 2018 • You must submit a letter of support from the State Executive Director or the President of the State Board of Directors. • Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis. • The training applicant must complete the form, or at least be present. There are some questions which apply exclusively to their experience. • If you are interested in becoming a NAMI State Trainer, please email email@example.com for more information. Thanks.
The class was presented by Thomas Carson and Monica Wolters at The Church Triumphant Global. NAMI Peer-to-Peer is a free, 10-session course for adults living with mental health challenges. NAMI Peer‐to‐ Peer provides an educational setting focused on recovery that offers respect, understanding, encouragement and hope.
Spring Education Classes Family-to-Family Teachers – Mary Pope/Deloris McGee Start Date – March 5th from 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Location – TBD
Family-to-Family Teachers – Lynn and Ken Gilbert Start Date – Date TBA at 6:30 p.m., tentatively Location – North Mississippi Regional Center 967 Regional Center, Oxford, MS 38655
Family-to-Family Teachers – Lynn and Ken Gilbert Start Date – Date TBA at 6:30 p.m., tentatively Location – North Mississippi Regional Center 967 Regional Center, Oxford, MS 38655
Peer-to-Peer Facilitators – Monica Wolters/Latasha Willis Meeting Times – Mondays starting March 12th from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (10 weeks) Location – Hinds Behavioral Health Services 3450 Highway 80 West, Jackson, MS 39209 Basics Facilitator – Wendy Mahoney/Felicia Bowens Meeting Times – March 3rd, 10th, and 17th from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Location – New Dimensions Ministries 110 Alta Woods Blvd., Jackson, MS 39204
For updates on dates, times and locations, visit namims.org or follow us on Facebook at NAMI Mississippi.
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A special thanks to HOSA Mississippi for supporting the mission.
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS January 22-26 February 15 May (first week) May May 17-18 June July September September 10 September 10-16 October October 5
Crisis Intervention Team Law Enforcement Training Mental Health and Wellness Day at the Capitol Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week Mental Health Month NAMI Mississippi State Conference PTSD Awareness Month Minority Mental Health Awareness Month Mental Health Recovery Month, Suicide Prevention Awareness Month World Suicide Prevention Day National Wellness Week, National Suicide Prevention Week ADHD Awareness Month, Bullying Prevention Month, Positive Attitude Month National Depression Screening Day
AFFILIATE & SUPPORT GROUP CONTACTS
NAMI 4 RIVERS MS, REGION 11 Family Support 2nd Thursdays from 6:30- 8:00 p.m. Cannon Hall, First Episcopal Church, 230 W. Monticello St. (near the Public Library) Brookhaven, MS Contact: State Office - 601-899-9058 NAMI CENTRAL MS (JACKSON), REGION 8, 9 Affiliate Meeting 3rd Thursdays at 6 p.m. Location: TBA Contact: Brett Mayfield NAMI Mississippi - 601-899-9058 firstname.lastname@example.org Family Support 2nd Thursday, 7 p.m. St. Catherine Room @ St. Dominic Hospital In the Basement by Cafeteria Contact: State Office - 601-899-9058 Consumer Support Each Thursday, 1:30-3:00 p.m. Cups in the Quarter 1855 Lakeland Dr. Contact: John McFadden - 601-956-1856
NAMI GULF COAST, REGIONS 13, 14 Consumer Support Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Mental Health Association of South Mississippi, 4803 Harrison Circle, Gulfport Meet at the MHA Drop-In Center. Contact: Chris Marcell at 228-233-9294 or MHA at 228-864-6274 Family Support 3rd Thursdays at 7 p.m. Garden Park Medical Center 1st floor meeting room across from the cafeteria
15200 Community Road, Gulfport, MS 39503 Contact: Mike Fullilove at 228-343-9098
NAMI PINE BELT (HATTIESBURG), REGION 12 Affiliate Meeting The Last Tuesday of the Month (January through October) at 6 p.m. Forrest General Hospital, Cafeteria Meeting Room 6051 US 49, Hattiesburg Contact: Amanda Clement - 601-287-7014 NAMI MERIDIAN, REGION 10 Affiliate Meeting First Tuesday of the Month, Noon – 1 p.m. Meridian Activity Center Contact: Patricia Battle at 601-527-3734 or Jill Walsh at 601-917-1474 Consumer Support Tuesdays, 5 p.m. Wesley House Community Center, 1520 8th Ave., Meridian Contact: Jill Walsh at 601-917-1474 email@example.com Family Support 2nd Tuesday of each month, 5 p.m. Wesley House Community Center, 1520 8th Ave., Meridian Contact: Patricia Battle at 601-527-3734 firstname.lastname@example.org NAMI OXFORD, REGION 2 Family Support 2nd and 4th Saturdays, 10:00-11:30 a.m. North MS Regional Center, Administration Building Highway 7 South, Oxford Contact: Hanne Gaycken - 662-234-9572 or 662-801-6530
Consumer Support Sundays, 3:30-5:00 p.m. Baptist Memorial Hospital, Magnolia Room 1100 Belk Blvd, Oxford, MS 38655 Contact: Clarice Ivy - 662-816-0469 clariceIam@yahoo.com
NAMI VICKSBURG, REGION 15 Affiliate Meeting (Quarterly) Jan./April/July/Oct., 6:00 p.m. Call for specific dates. Warren-Yazoo Behavioral Health, Conference Room Contact: Harriette Mastin at 601-630-9470 or 601-218-0843 Family Support 1st Tuesdays, 6:00 p.m. Merit Health River Region West Campus Contact: Mary Pope at 601-437-3156 or Randall Williams at 601-630-7724 Consumer Support 1st Wednesday of the month, 4:30 p.m. Merit Health River Region West Campus, Conference Room 1111 North Frontage Road, Vicksburg Contact: Thomas Carson at 601-529-4677 or Thomas Spates at 601-619-9320 NAMI YAZOO CITY, REGION 15 Affiliate Meeting Quarterly on 1st Tuesdays, 4:00-5:30 p.m. Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Contact: Beverly Pettigrew at 662-571-3902 or Lashell Steward at 662-746-5712 Family Support Every other Tuesday, 5:30-7:00 p.m. Warren-Yazoo Behavioral Health Contact: Beverly Pettigrew at 662-571-3902 or Lashell Steward at 662-746-5712
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As a reminder, the NAMI Board of Directors has decided to add a Household membership category to our membership structure as well as increase the dues for Regular and Open Door memberships. All of these changes became effective July 1, 2017.
Household Membership - $60 Regular Membership - $40 Open Door Membership - $5 A Household membership will apply to everyone living in a single household whose names are provided to NAMI. Regular and Open Door memberships will continue to apply only to one individual. For voting purposes, each membership (including Household) will be counted as one (1) membership.
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As an added membership bonus, every NAMI Mississippi member will receive a personalized membership card. Look for yours in the mail after your dues are received by the State Office. Carry it proudly!
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