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Savings Limit Increased for Individuals on Disability

November 4, 2017

Take advantage of this Wonderful Savings Opportunity which NAMI SC has advocated for since December 2014! After nearly three years, the Able Act becomes law on November 16, 2017. This law gives a savings opportunity for disabled persons to put up to $14,000 per year in an Able Savings Account without losing their benefits!  And more »

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NAMI South Carolina Leader Speaks out on Mental Health

October 17, 2017

Please click here to see the great interview NAMI SC’s own Betsey O’brien gave about Mental Health Awareness month and the recent Piedmont Tri-County walk. (The NAMI Lowcountry walk is October 21, but donations will be accepted until December 15! Click here for information and to support us.)

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NAMI Lowcountry Members Recognized by NAMI South Carolina

September 5, 2017

We are pleased to announce that two of our members were recognized at this year’s NAMI South Carolina Conference for “going above and beyond in advocating for people with mental illness and their families.” Randall Peters is Solid Gold Member of the Year, “the individual recognized for long-term commitment to NAMI South Carolina and demonstrated more »

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New South Carolina Law Requires Officers to Undergo Mental Health Training

July 11, 2017

South Carolina recently passed a law that requires police officers in the state to undergo training to better recognize when a mental illness, not malicious intent, is behind a person’s actions. The legislation, passed unanimously and signed by the governor in May, applies to all 16,000 officers in South Carolina.  NAMI’s Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) more »

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