SF NELSON AGM: CHANGE OF DATE:
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Annual General Meeting of Supporting Families in Mental Illness Nelson branch will now be held on Monday 20th November 2017
at the Equilibrium Chiropractic Meeting room,
10 Church Street, Nelson.
Join us at 6pm for light refreshments, followed by AGM at 6.30pm.
Guest speaker is Dick Brown, Chairman of Supporting Families New Zealand who will present an update about the future vision and proposed re-organisation of SFNZ.
Our lovely treasurer Fay is stepping down from the committee this year after 13 years of service to SF Nelson. We are seeking a volunteer to step into the Treasurers role. If you have the right skills and a few hours per month to spare to help us out please contact Susan at SF Nelson 03 5458162 email@example.com
You and your family/whanau are invited to
the Supporting Families Christmas Barbeque on Thursday 7th December 2017
All SF Nelson and Tasman families, whanau, friends and supporters are invited to join us for an end of year social get together at Alchemy Cafe in Richmond.
BBQ meat and non alcoholic refreshments will be provided by SF Nelson and Santa will visit too! We hope you can make it and we look forward to catching up with you all.
Venue: Alchemy Cafe at MacMillans Ceramics 92 Bateup Road, Richmond
Date: Thursday 7th December 2017
Time: 5.30pm onwards
What to bring: Salad or finger food desert to share (no alcohol please)
We would really appreciate a few helpers on the day to give a hand with cooking the BBQ and getting the food out – please let Susan know if you are able to help.
Note: Alchemy Cafe has indoor/outdoor area so we won’t be affected by the weather! Please RSVP to Susan at SF Nelson office 03 545 8162 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
TUESDAY CLUB MOTUEKA:
A social get together for SF family, whanau, service users and friends in Motueka.
Every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 5pm. All welcome, snacks provided.
Enquiries Phone Jeannette 03 528 7790.
Children Understanding Mental Illness (CUMI)
CUMI Is a Free Educational Programme For Children 5-12 years who have a
parent or sibling who has mental illness
For Further Information Contact: Deanne Kilpatrick SF Nelson 03 546 6090 email@example.com
Family and Whanau Peer Support Groups:
Supporting Families in Mental Illness Nelson peer support groups offer families and whanau a safe place to share ideas, information and experiences with other family and whanau members who have similar circumstances as yours.
Peer Support Group for those who support someone living with schizophrenia
Peer Support Group for those who support someone living with bipolar disorder
Peer Support Group for those who support someone living with an eating disorder
Supporting Families in Mental Illness