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Participate in the annual New York City-Metro National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) Walk.

Join the staff and program participants from Goodwill’s Behavioral Health Services in the 2014 NAMIWalk NYC-Metro this Saturday, May 10, to help raise mental health awareness.

Help change how Americans view persons living with mental illness through active display of support in the NAMIWalk.

Join in improving lives and communities one step at a time!

Last year “the Goodwillers” raised more than $1,000 and had approximately 30 walkers. They want to double those numbers this year.

Check out photos of the Goodwillers at last year’s NAMI Walk

Sign up to walk or to support the Goodwill team http://namiwalks.nami.org/Goodwill2014

For additional information, please contact Jennifer Tine, Goodwill’s VP Behavioral Services at Jtine@goodwillnynj.org

Goodwill’s Behavioral Health Services are located in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx. We offer employment, vocational, social, housing and day-treatment services for individuals with mental illness and psychiatric disabilities. For information on Goodwill programs and services, contact Ms. Tine.

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