New Penticton program for families of those with mental illness

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The BC Schizophrenia Society is offering a 10-session education program for family members and friends of individuals who have mental illnesses.

The program has been revised for 2016, and aims to provide information on the topics associated with living daily with a mental illness. Families and friends need coping skills for their own well-being. 

Details:

Saturdays, 10am-3pm

October 29 to December 3

#118-246 Martin Street, Penticton (Mental Wellness Centre)

Lunch will be provided.

Offered with funding from Interior Health.

To register for next session, call 250-493-7338.


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