Basics Workshop
Thank you for your interests in Mental Health America of Roanoke Valley's Basics series. This six-week program is for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents living with emotional and behavioral issues.

Basics is taught by understanding teachers who are or were parents or caregivers of children with similar issues. Taking Basics will give you the tools you will need to help you make the best decisions possible for the care of your child. You will learn communication tips, how to problem-solve and the skills to help you cope with the emotional impact of caring for your challenging child. You will find out about the IEP process, insurance, benefits, diagnoses and treatment.

The course consists of six classes, each lasting for 2 ½ hours. Classes will be offered weekly for six consecutive weeks. A light dinner is provided, and childcare is available for children only (children age 11 or younger who can work in a group care setting). All instruction materials are FREE to participants.

Space is limited. Please complete this interest form, and a staff member at MHARV will contact you soon about the availability of a class or whether you have been placed on a waiting list. We allow participants on a first-come, first-serve basis but will take entries for our waiting list all year long.

The spring session of NAMI Basics will be held on the following dates from 6-8:30pm: May 3, May 10, May 17, May 24, May 31, and June 7, 2018. Will you be able to attend the sessions on those dates? *
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Is there another parent or caregiver who would like to attend as well? *
If yes, please list the name of the other parent or caregiver who wishes to attend the series.
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Does your child/children have an official mental illness, emotional, or behavioral diagnosis? *
Please share with us the age(s) of your child, and the diagnosis that he/she has.
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If your child/children does not have an official diagnosis currently, please briefly let us know what issues you are facing. Please give the age(s) of the children you discuss.
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If you are selected for a slot in our next series, do you have children who you would like to bring with you to class? *
We are only able to provide childcare for children 10 years old or younger who work well in a group setting. Please list the age(s) of the child/children you would like to bring to class with you.
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A light supper is provided for those in attendance. Does any attendee from your family (you, another parent or caregiver, a pre-teen child) have any dietary restrictions. Please note we may NOT be able to accommodate all restrictions. -- If there are no restrictions please write "none" *
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Classes will be held on Thursday nights from 6-8:30pm at the Second Presbyterian Church's Youth House on Highland Avenue. Can you attend during that time? *
Will you need any transportation assistance? We are able to provide bus passes to remove barriers to attend. *
Please use this space to let us know a little about what you hope to learn, questions you already have, or issues you are facing. We will pass this information on to our instructor.
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