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SEE ME Presentation

Program Overview

SEE ME is a mental health educational presentation about mental health disorders, communication techniques, and stigma.

The presentation includes a panel of individuals either living with a mental health disorder themselves or who have a family member living with mental illness.

We realize that many times fear comes from not knowing. SEE ME is designed to introduce an individual who takes the audience through their own story of mental illness, finding treatment, entering recovery, and what’s next for them.

Audience members are able to ask questions and give feedback to better help them understand mental health disorders.

Goals and Objectives

  • Foster an environment of mutual respect and understanding
  • Educate the public about the real-life experiences of individuals living with mental health disorders
  • Promote positive, compassionate, and safe interactions between people seeking services and interacting with community agencies
  • Engage in ongoing conversations to reduce the stigma of mental illness throughout our communities

Attendee Comments

“Best training ever.” – Staff NWRTC

“Excellent Training” Clark Co Employee

“It brought to my attention the criminalization of mental illness.” – NWRTC EMT Trainee

“It really humanized severe mental illness for me.” NWRTC EMT Trainee

“The panel helped apply faces to the socially stigmatized conditions and helped change misperceptions regarding mental illness conditions.” — NWRTC EMT Trainee

“Sadly I shy away from mentally ill people, but after learning about it and seeing they are normal misunderstood people, I won’t shy away anymore.” – NWRTC EMT Trainee

“I have always viewed mental illness as a burden to people and I always felt that people take it to extremes, but after the panel, I know they are just normal people with a past.” – NWRTC EMT Trainee

“I would recommend this panel to anyone who wants to understand mental illness”. – NWRTC EMT Trainee

“Thank you very much for your presentation and I’m especially grateful and honored to have been in a position to listen to the stories shared. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!” – YWCA

“After taking the class I joked to myself afterward, that Law Enforcement and the mentally ill, share some of the same traits when we are under pressure… I value our relationship with NAMI and the education they provide! “- Cmdr. Clark Co. Sheriff Office

How Do I Schedule a Presentation?

To schedule a presentation, send us an application today!

We offer presentations online and in person.