New teachers for NAMI Southern Arizona Homefront program - Tucson News Now

New teachers for NAMI Southern Arizona Homefront program

(Source: http://www.namisa.org/) (Source: http://www.namisa.org/)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Southern Arizona the first affiliate in the state to offer Homefront.  It is a six week, no-cost educational program for family members and loved ones of veterans and service members who live with a mental health condition.

The new Homefront teachers are: 

  • Jessica Fraley Harding
  • Judy Kowalick
  • Connie Stevenson
  • Laurie Lautzenhiser

According to a recent release NAMI is trying to fill its first Homefront class to be held at Tucson's VA hospital.  

Interested in attending a Homefront class, please contact Jessica Fraley Harding via email at jfraley@namisa.org or by calling (520) 622-5582.  You should include your name, phone number, relationship to veteran/service member and mailing address.  

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