Education for Families supporting an Adult with a Mental Illness – Davenport

A 3-generation Black family

Now Registering: an eight-session course for family members, caregivers and friends of an adult loved one living with a mental health condition.

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(8) Thurdsday evenings, September 9 to October 28, 2021

This class will be held in-person.

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Class size is limited to (20). As this course is funded by the Eastern Iowa Mental Health Region, residents of  Muscatine, Scott, Cedar, Clinton and Jackson Counties will have registration priority. Social distancing guidelines will be followed as designated by our host site.

For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).


Education for Families supporting an Adult with a Mental Illness – Davenport

Son pushing grandfather in wheelchair

Now Registering: an eight-session course for family members, caregivers and friends of an adult loved one living with a mental health condition.

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(8) Tuesday evenings, July 6 to August 24, 2021

This class will be held in-person.

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Class size is limited to (20). As this course is funded by the Eastern Iowa Mental Health Region, residents of  Muscatine, Scott, Cedar, Clinton and Jackson Counties will have registration priority. Social distancing guidelines will be followed as designed by our host site.

For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).


Education for Families supporting an Adult with a Mental Illness – Muscatine2

Son pushing grandfather in wheelchair 1st Day of Class!: an eight-session course for family members, caregivers and friends of an adult loved one living with a mental health condition.

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(8) Monday evenings, April 5 – May 24, 2021

This class will be held in-person at Musser Public Library, 408 E. 2nd St., Room 301, Muscatine.

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Class size is limited to (20) and Muscatine County residents will have registration priority. This class is funded by a grant from the Muscatine Health Support Granting Fund. Social distancing guidelines will be followed.

For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).


Education for Families Supporting an Adult with Mental Illness – Moline

Son pushing grandfather in wheelchairNow Registering: an eight-session course for family members, caregivers and friends of an adult loved one living with a mental health condition.

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(8) Tuesday evenings, March 30 – May 18, 2021

This class will be held in-person at Black Hawk College main campus, 6600 34th Ave, Moline – Building 3, Room 311

Registration is now open: Call 309-796-8210 or 309-796-8223

Class size is limited to (12) and Rock Island County residents will have first priority. This class is funded by a grant from the Rock Island County Mental Health 708 Board. Social distancing guidelines will be followed.

For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).


Education for Families supporting an Adult with a Mental Illness – Muscatine

Son pushing grandfather in wheelchairNow Registering: an eight-session course for family members, caregivers and friends of an adult loved one living with a mental health condition.

Learn More

(8) Monday evenings, April 5 – May 24, 2021

This class will be held in-person at Musser Public Library, 408 E. 2nd St., Room 301, Muscatine.

Register Today

Class size is limited to (20) and Muscatine County residents will have registration priority. This class is funded by a grant from the Muscatine Health Support Granting Fund. Social distancing guidelines will be followed.

For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).


Education for Families Supporting an Adult with Mental Illness – Moline

Son pushing grandfather in wheelchairNow Registering: an eight-session course for family members, caregivers and friends of an adult loved one living with a mental health condition.

Learn More

(8) Tuesday evenings, March 30 – May 18, 2021

This class will be held in-person at Black Hawk College main campus, 6600 34th Ave, Moline – Building 3, Room 311

Registration is now open: Call 309-796-8210 or 309-796-8223

Class size is limited to (12) and Rock Island County residents will have first priority. This class is funded by a grant from the Rock Island County Mental Health 708 Board. Social distancing guidelines will be followed.

For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).


1st Day of Class NAMI Family-to-Family Kewanee

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Henry County – Kewanee Program

Because this class is funded with Henry County Mental Health 708 Board and Henry County Mental Health Alliance funds, residents of Henry and adjoining Stark Counties will be given registration priority.  

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This program will run 8 Thursday evenings, September 10 to October 29, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. from  All registrants will be contacted by a course instructor 1 to 2 weeks before classes start to get to know you privately. Location is OSF St. Luke Medical Center, Kewanee.

  • Course registration online closes Sept. 9 at 2 p.m.
  • Late registrations may be accepted depending on availability – call office.
  • For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).

Now Registering NAMI Family-to-Family Class

Need to Know More about this Program? Click Here.

Henry County – Kewanee Program

Because this class is funded with Henry County Mental Health 708 Board and Henry County Mental Health Alliance funds, residents of Henry and adjoining Stark Counties will be given registration priority.  

Register Here.

This program will run 8 Thursday evenings, September 10 to October 29, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. from  All registrants will be contacted by a course instructor 1 to 2 weeks before classes start to get to know you privately. Location is OSF St. Luke Medical Center, Kewanee.

  • For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).

Now Registering NAMI Family-to-Family Class

Need to Know More about this Program? Click Here.

Henry County – Kewanee Program

Because this class is funded with Henry County Mental Health 708 Board and Henry County Mental Health Alliance funds, residents of Henry and adjoining Stark Counties will be given registration priority.  

Register Here.

This program will run 8 Thursday evenings, September 10 to October 29, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. from  All registrants will be contacted by a course instructor 1 to 2 weeks before classes start to get to know you privately. Location is OSF St. Luke Medical Center, Kewanee.

  • For further information, call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2).

DELAYED UNTIL SEPTEMBER. 1st Day Family-to-Family Kewanee

PLEASE GO AHEAD AND REGISTER AND WE’LL CONTACT YOU WITH NEW START DATE.
Who should attend: Family members and/or caregivers supporting a loved one over the age of 18 who lives with a mental health condition.
 
This 8-week education program is offered at no cost to participants and is nationally developed and federal-agency approved. NAMI Family-to-Family not only provides information and strategies for taking care of the person you love, but you’ll also find out that you’re not alone. Recovery is a journey, and there is hope.
 
This program will run on Tuesday evenings beginning April 7 through May 26 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Register Online or call our NAMI office at 563-386-7477-x 266 (M-F 10-2). Registration is open until April 14 @ 2 p.m.
An instructor will contact each registrant for a phone conversation 1-2 weeks before the program begins.
 
The group setting provides mutual support and shared positive impact—experience compassion and reinforcement from other family members who have been trained to become instructors as a result of taking this course themselves. Sharing your own experience may help others in your class. In the program, you’ll learn about:
 
*Understanding Mental Health Conditions and Preparing for a Crisis
*Getting a Mental Health Diagnosis and Sharing our Stories
*Overview of Mental Health Conditions
*Treatment Options
*Communication Skills and Problem Solving
*Empathy and Recovery
*Moving Forward
Many describe this program as life changing. Join the hundreds of thousands of people who have gained information, insight, understanding and empowerment from attending this signature program.
THANK YOU TO OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS: This program is made possible by grants from Henry County Mental Health 708 Board and Henry County Mental Health Alliance. Thank you to our host OSF HealthCare Saint Luke Medical Center.