NAMI looks to get more volunteers, expand local mental health programs
Sheri Davies, a Vice President with the local Castle Country chapter of NAMI
Sheri Davies, a Vice President with the local Castle Country chapter of NAMI, talks to a crowd of people at a luncheon held in the Alumni Room at USU Eastern on Wednesday. The group held the luncheon to talk about topics including getting more members of the community involved with the local NAMI chapter, expanding options for classes on mental health issues and more. The NAMI Castle Country Connection Recovery Support Group meets on Wednesdays evenings at the Sun Advocate from 7 to 8:30 p.m.