The 2018 NAMI South Carolina Annual Conference will be held on Saturday, August 25, 2018 at the Marriott in Columbia. Awards reception and silent auction the night before on Friday, August 24. If you are interested in being a sponsor or have an exhibit table please call 803-733-9592. More information and schedule to follow.
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The House voted on the American Health Care Act in early May. Now, the Senate is working on its own health reform bill and may try to vote on it by the end of June. Congress should improve mental health coverage by working across the aisle in a transparent process. Instead, Senate leaders are working[…]
2017 NAMI South Carolina Annual Conference http://namisc.org/namisc-conference-2017-brochure-inside.pdf http://namisc.org/namisc-conference-2017-brochure-outside.pdf Friday, August 25, 2017 Awards Reception and Silent Auction 6-9PM Meridian Building 17th Floor (Walking Distance for those staying at the Marriott) 1320 Main St., Columbia, SC 29201 Saturday, August 26, 2017 Conference 8AM-5PM Columbia Marriott 1200 Hampton St., Columbia, SC 29201 Mail this completed[…]
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