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You spend plenty of time smashing rubble so Our next social event occurs in December -- our annual holiday party celebration of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. That will be held on Thursday, December 1 starting at 6 p. The park will be decorated with lots of displays for its free Festival of Lights celebration then. More details on the holiday party can be found in the "Meeting" section of the website and more photos from the picnic can be found in the "Photo and Video Gallery" section of the website.
Among the participants were 6 pastors, 2 county health department workers, a company HR representative and others who volunteer in various capacities for churches and other area organizations. She has also been trained to teach a companion class that focuses on Mental Health First Aid for Youth.
John's Christian Church in Archbold for graciously hosting the training! For more photos from the Mental Health First Aid training, please select the "Photo and Video Gallery" button on the left side of our home page above. Throughout the week-long training, participants learn about the local mental health system and how persons with a mental illness receive treatment. They also learn techniques that can de-escalate situations as well as understand why some of the methods that have been taught to use in potentially violent situations are more likely to escalate a crisis involving someone who is mentally ill.
Today, CIT is taught to police agencies around the country and is credited with safely and effectively resolving a crisis. When family members have to call law enforcement concerning their loved one, they are encouraged to make clear that the person they are calling about has a mental illness and request a CIT officer if the department has one on duty.
The CIT class included participants from the following departments: Clarissa Barnes, director of the Hench Autism Studies Program at Defiance College, presented a three-hour training Saturday morning, April 16 that helped 23 youth-serving volunteers from across the four county area understand how to discourage the challenging behaviors that youngsters with ADHD or other autism spectrum disorders can present and promote the positive behaviors that make learning easier for all children in their programs.
Coordinated by NAMI Four County, the training involved pastors and persons who work in their churches' youth ministries; persons who work in various child and day care programs, including the Defiance Area YMCA; persons who work for area schools; and even grandparents. By the end of the three hour training, Dr. Barnes and two of her students in the autism studies program had helped the participants develop action plans that they could take back to their programs along with the understanding of how to adapt those plans for different youngsters.
Barnes is working with a group from the Praise Church in Defiance. For many more photos from Saturday's training with Dr. Clarissa Barnes, please click on the "Photo and Video Gallery" button on the left side of this page. More than 12 photos are posted on the page.
Clarissa Barnes, her students and Defiance College for making this informative, helpful training available once again!
For more photos and a short story, select the "Photo and Video Gallery" button on the top left side of our home page. There, they provided primary care and operated a federally supported pharmacy. However, the center outgrew the space available there.
They also have a sliding fee schedule. Beating the post-holiday blues Now that the holidays and all of the hustle, bustle and flurry of activities associated with them are over and it's time to resume our daily activities, we may experience a post-holiday let-down with stress and depression.
So, we need to find things to look forward to and create opportunities to get together with family and friends to ward off or cope with these post-holiday hazards. Here are some ideas Make plans for a weekend trip or a special evening outing. It doesn't have to be elaborate or expensive. It could simply be a trip to a park or an outing to a movie. Go to a matinee and save money!
Invite friends over for dinner, an evening of games or to watch a movie that you've rented Visit someone who is shut-in, someone in a nursing home.
It will brighten your day and theirs. Invite your spouse or significant other out for a date and let him or her choose the activities for the evening. Plan a special activity with your children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews. Start a new activity. Is there something you have always wanted to do or learn, but never gotten around to doing it? Go to the library and borrow a book or video.
Now that the holiday decorations have been taken down, get some fresh flowers or a plant for the house. It will help brighten your home and your spirits. The possibilities are endless.
We enjoyed a bountiful buffet of all types of casseroles, salads and desserts as well as an opportunity to fellowship with NAMI friends and share some laughs during the gift exchange. A number of photos from the gift exchange portion of the evening are posted in the Photo Gallery section.
Unfortunately, the photographer forgot about his responsibilities earlier in the evening, so we have no photos of the food or Ed Clinker once again entertaining everyone by playing Christmas music on the piano.
Additionally, a couple of business items were taken care of at the meeting. We elected officers for To help Barb until she retires at the end of March, the group appointed Dan Beck, our current treasurer, to serve as assistant treasurer.
Thanks to our current officers and those who agreed to serve and were elected for ! The key to a successful chapter is for everyone to do what they can, so no one has to do it!
In one other item of business, the group approved by-laws revisions and adopted six policies. Listed below are the winners of each of the 10 Chinese auction packages. The winner of the Kircher's Flowers drawing was Rhonda Fackler. Poinsettia sales will be accepted through Friday, November More details on the poinsettia sale can be found in the "fund-raiser" section of this web site. We would also like to thank Archbold Boy Scout Troop 63 pictured at right for helping serve and clean-up.
Thanks to all of the NAMI and community members who donated desserts for the meal. All left-over food products spaghetti meat sauce, spaghetti, lettuce for salad, salad dressing, bread sticks, and desserts were donated to The PATH Center, a homeless shelter and soup kitchen located in Defiance.
So, everything given to our spaghetti dinner event either went to help our NAMI chapter serve families and individuals dealing with mental illness or to help feed the homeless and others at The PATH Center. Our event sponsors were Valko and Associates, Cookie Lehman, and an anonymous donor. Donations to the spaghetti dinner will also support NAMI's mental health community awareness efforts such as the annual Candlelight Vigil for Mental Health on the first Sunday of October and the printing and distribution of some 20, restaurant placemats and tray liners and nearly 4, bookmarks every fall just before and during Mental Health Awareness Week.
John United Church of Christ in Defiance with more than half of those attending participating in the walk following the program. In the photos below, Ron Hofacker left , the coordinator, was joined by the four speakers: Following the program, most of the group participated in a one mile walk from the church to Clinton Street and around the Defiance College campus. The program will be broadcast on TV at 9 p.
Or, if you cannot get TV at home you can watch the program any time on your computer from this website. Simply go to the "photo and video gallery" button and scroll down to the video gallery. By clicking on the photo, you will connect to the YouTube link.
The program runs just over 52 minutes. Thanks to the following volunteers for helping as either our greeter Katie Beck for both the lunch and dinner shifts and as food runners or dish washers: Here are some of the volunteers in action We were joined by the ladies from Serenity Haven for a hot dog roast with a wide assortment of salads, casseroles and desserts brought by those attending.
We remembered long-time member Joyce Eberly, who passed away in July, with a moment of silence and especially enjoyed Ed Clinker's piano performance. Seventeen persons, nearly all of whom were pastors or lay leaders in their church, attended the second Mental Health First Aid training that NAMI Four County has sponsored in the last eight months.
The instructor, Tonie Long above left , taught the day-long curriculum designed to teach persons in helping professions better understand mental illness and how to effectively deal with persons who are experiencing a mental health crisis. A -- Assess for risk of suicide or harm. L -- Listen nonjudgmentally.
G -- Give reassurance and information. E -- Encourage appropriate professional help. E -- Encourage self-help and other support strategies. All participants received a manual and additional instruction on how to implement the ALGEE action plan.
Paul's Methodist Church food pantry manager. By the end of the day, all 17 participants were certified as Mental Health First Aiders. To date, 73 officers from 16 departments or agencies have completed the training.
The class was developed following a police response to a mental health crisis call that resulted in the death of a mentally ill person.
Ohio has more CIT trained officers than any other state. Graduates from CIT class include front row from left: Back row from left: Dave Mack, a CIT instructor. Graduates from the CIT class include front row from left: Glanz, Napoleon Police Lt. Dave Mack with the Napoleon Police Dept. As she made the announcement, Jessica Schmitt executive director of NAMI Wood County said that NAMI Four County has made great strides since it was formed in and overcome the challenges faced by a small, rural affiliate that covers a large geographic area.
She noted that the chapter has grown from 20 to 30 members during its early years when it offered one Family to Family class a year and held a Candlelight Vigil event for Mental Health Awareness Week to now.
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