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NEWS CCW Editor JUNEAU - After Pat Dobbins' mother was diagnosed with schizophrenia, she traveled to Alabama for a week or two each year to relieve her sister of caretaking. When she asked her sister what else she could do to help, she was advised to get involved with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

Program teaches how to support loved ones with mental illnesses

Sharron Lobaugh, the founder of NAMI-Juneau, is one of the instructors for the upcoming Family to Family class for friends and family of individuals with mental illness.
Photo Courtesy Of Sharron Lobaugh
Sharron Lobaugh, the founder of NAMI-Juneau, is one of the instructors for the upcoming Family to Family class for friends and family of individuals with mental illness.
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