NAMI for teens, ages 13 to 18, who live with a mental health condition.
Receive support from peers who understand what it's like.
Open and accepting environment to learn and discuss symptoms, treatment, and resources.
It's free! Drop in and check it out!
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West Bend Location Info
Call or email Suzanne:
We meet 4:15-5:30pm
Thursdays @ NAMI Welcome Center
279 S 17th Ave. Suite 7, West Bend, 53095
Germantown Location Info
Call/Contact school Student Services Office 262-502-7256 or see Ms. Kaebisch or call her at 262- 502-7121
We meet every Thursday (rotating schedule) @ Germantown High School in Conference Room A-103
During School Year Only
NAMI Ending the Silence (ETS) is a presentational program for teens to help reduce the stigma around mental illness (including depression), to educate youth on possible signs of developing mental illness, to educate youth on the possible signs of suicidal ideation, and to provide youth with resources for responding to those situations. Each 50-minute presentation consists of a lead presenter (someone who either has a mental illness or has a family member with mental illness) giving a PowerPoint presentation on the signs and symptoms of mental illness and how to help. A young adult (18 – 35 years old) living well with mental illness then relates his/her story. A question-and-answer session follows. The program is effective at raising awareness, encourage early identification and giving a human face to mental illness.
This program is appropriate for middle school and high school aged youth, in the classroom or as a program for church and civic youth groups. If you have any questions please contact Sheryl Smith at 262-346-1966 or
Since September 2015 NAMI Washington County has reached over 1800 young people each school year in classes throughout Washington County with its NAMI Ending the Silence (ETS) program.
Funding provided by: