Lord & Taylor + NAMI Charity Days this Weekend

Throughout this weekend, Friday, January 18 – Monday, January 21, NAMI is teaming up with Lord & Taylor stores nationwide to support mental health. 

With a donation of $5 in store, customers can purchase a savings pass which will give a discount of 30% off most items, plus 15% off almost all beauty products, January 18-21. The full $5 donation will go to NAMI. Coupons can be purchased from any sales associate.

Main Line NAMI volunteers will be at the Bala Cynwyd Lord & Taylor location on Saturday, January 19, from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Stop by and say hello!

We Need Your Help!

Our affiliate will need the help of our members to make legal changes that are required to bring our Articles of Incorporation into compliance with state law. Specifically, we will need the participation of a majority of our members in the Business Meeting on February 10 (snow date February 24), 2-2:30 p.m. at Ardmore Presbyterian Church. This week, we have sent each member a message about the issues to be decided and how you can participate in person, by phone, or by proxy. If you can’t find the confidential identifier # we sent you or you have any questions, please contact us at info@NAMIpaMainLine.org. We will be most grateful for your much-needed participation.

Light refreshments will be served. Immediately following our business meeting, we will have our annual Ask the Experts forum. Our experts will be psychiatrists, Dr. Larry Real and Dr. Ellen Berman, and lawyer and advocate, Michael Harper, Esq.)

Main Line NAMI Events and News

NAMI PA, Main Line and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church are co-sponsoring How to Help a Loved One When Sadness Turns to Depression presented by Dr. Judith Katz on Monday, January 28, from 7-8 p.m. at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (132 E. Valley Forge Road, King of Prussia, PA 19406). Dr. Judith Katz is a psychiatrist practicing in a community mental health center in Philadelphia. She treats depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder and has expertise in the treatment of personality disorders and psychosis. She is also a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Mental Health Policy and Services Research at the University of Pennsylvania. She has a particular interest in supporting families as they support loved ones who are experiencing mental illness. Contact us at info@NAMIpaMainLine.org for more information.

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