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NAMI Seeks Nominations For Compassionate Community Award

Do you know someone or know of an organization in the community that deserves to be recognized for their work making Racine County a more compassionate Community? If you do, NAMI Racine County wants to recognize them, so we created the Compassionate Community Award.The Compassionate Community Award was created to recognize an individual or organization […]

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NAMI Racine County to Host Mental Health Candidate Forum in October

During the first full week in October for Mental Illness Awareness Week, NAMI Racine County, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness Racine County, will host a candidate forum addressing mental health policy issues. NAMI Racine County, in partnership with the Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition, is proud to sponsor a Mental Health Candidate Forum on […]

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Bridging the Gap: Mental Illness Recovery

Bridging the Gap, a rally for mental health recovery held Wednesday night at Gifford Elementary School, offered the audience stories of hope for people who have a mental illness. They learned about Matt Juzenas, a professor who has clinical depression, Deja Williams, a college student who has schizophrenia, and Jeremy Chavez, a lawyer who represents people who have mental […]

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Why We’re Hosting A Forum On Bullying

The Racine County Eye is hosting a forum on bullying from 6 to 8 p.m. June 3 at the Bray Center, 924 Center Street. We’d love for you to be there because we know how important children are in this community. And for us, the issue of bullying has become too important to ignore. After 15-year-old Caledonia resident Cameron Langrell committed […]