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DIRECTIONS TO SOMERSET MARRIOTT HOTEL 110 Davidson Avenue, Somerset, NJ 08873 (732) 560-0500 From the NJ Turnpike (Route 95) take Exit 10 and follow signs to Route 287 North to Exit 10. Follow signs towards Bound Brook and make a left at first light (Davidson Avenue). Hotel is 2nd building on the left, second driveway entrance. From Newark Airport: NJ Turnpike South to Exit 10 to Route 287 North. Follow same directions as above. From the Garden State Parkway, traveling south, take Exit 129. Follow signs to Interstate 287 North. Follow same directions as above. From the Garden State Parkway, traveling north, take Exit 127. Follow signs to Interstate 287 North. Follow same directions as above. Traveling south on 287 from Morristown take Exit 10 (527 New Brunswick). Bear left and follow signs to Bound Brook. At first light make a left onto Davidson Avenue. From Route 202-206 traveling north or south take Route 22 East to Route 287 South. Follow directions traveling south on 287. From Route 1 traveling north or south take Route 18 north to Easton Ave. Take Easton Ave traveling north towards Bound Brook to Davidson Ave. make a left, Hotel is 2nd building on the left, second driveway entrance.

Commemoration of our 20th Anniversary follows closely on the heels of last year's smash hit, the NAMI NJ 2004 Freedom from Stigma Campaign and Walk. We are reminded just how far we've come on our journey as an organization, and as individuals and families affected by mental illness. From modest beginnings, our voice has grown collectively as an alliance for all persons affected by mental illness on a mission of support, education and advocacy. Our commitment to improving lives has not wavered, while our community stature, knowledge, abilities and influence have grown significantly. 20th Anniversaries don't come around that often. Let's celebrate the accomplishments of our formative years and feel proud about the current life-altering programs of education, support and advocacy that we are able to offer to our ever-expanding NAMI NJ Family, thanks to the dedication of tireless, enthusiastic volunteers and staff. The future awaits!

Anniversary

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NAMI NEW JERSEY ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Saturday, June 4, 2004 Somerset Marriott, Somerset NJ

NAMI NEW JERSEY 2005 Annual Conference Registration

2005 NAMI NEW JERSEY ANNUAL CONFERENCE: HONORING THE PAST, BUILDING THE FUTURE

8:30 AM 9:30 AM

Detach and mail Registration by May 25 to: NAMI NJ, 1562 Route 130, North Brunswick, NJ 08902

REGISTRATION & COFFEE WELCOME Mark Perrin, MD, President INTRODUCTORY REMARKS Sylvia Axelrod, Executive Director

TRANSFORMING MENTAL HEALTH CARE President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health

CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS (11:10 AM-12:30 PM)

1. Our Children's Future: Treating Children and Adolescents Rosalie Greenberg, MD

Medical Arts Psychotherapy Associates 2. Turning the Corner: Law Enforcement Education

Name__________________________________________ Address________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Phone________________ E-mail___________________ Affiliation_______________________________________

10:00 AM

Michael Hogan, PhD, Chair

Detective Sergeant Mark Cavallo

NAMI NJ Law Enforcement Education Program Haddon Township Police Department

Elaine Goodman, Coordinator

Please indicate Your Workshop Choice

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

11:10 AM 12:45 PM 1:30 pm

WORKSHOPS (see opposite page) LUNCH & ANNUAL MEETING HONORING THE PAST

Tribute to Our Founding Members

3. Linking Generations: Recovery Through

Multifamily Support Groups Deborah Richman, LCSW, NAMI NJ Trustee Patt Pardilla, LSW, Director

Residential Services, CCC Housing 4. Changing Times: What's New in Medications

Please indicate your Lunch Choice

Chicken Vegetarian

Registration Fees

(Includes Breakfast & Luncheon)

2:00 PM

BUILDING THE FUTURE OF NEW JERSEY'S MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM Richard J. Codey, Acting Governor Mary Jo Codey, First Lady Robert N. Davison, MA, LPC, Chair

NJ Task Force on Mental Health NJ Task Force on Mental Health

and Treatment for Schizophrenia Robert Stern, MD

Individual Family/Consumer Members Professional/Organization Members Non-Members

$45 $60 $75

Meadowview Psychiatric Hospital

5. New Frontiers: The Multicultural Experience

Kim Ricketts, MEd, Executive Director

3:00 PM

Betzaida Aponte, Regional Coordinator

NAMI NJ En Español NAMI NJ CAMHOP Program NAMI NJ SAMHAJ Program

Maggie Luo, Coordinator

Join NAMI NJ today and take advantage of the Member Conference Registration Fee.

NAMI NEW JERSEY: THEN & NOW Marilyn Goldstein, Founding Member

Former NAMI NJ President Columbia University Teenscreen Former NAMI Executive Director

Anurag Singh, Coordinator

NAMI NJ Membership Fees

Individual Membership Fee Professional Membership Fee Organizational Membership Fee $30 $50 $100

Laurie Flynn, Director

6. Building Employment Opportunities

The Career Connection - MHANJ

Faith McCalla, Program Director Melissa Roberts, Director

3:45 PM

CELEBRATING "THEN & NOW" SLIDESHOW

Music by the Lost Highway Ramblers

Integrated Employment Institute - UMDNJ

7. Promoting Wellness and Recovery with "Hearts

I would like to be a NAMI NJ Anniversary Booster with a donation of $20 or more. Boosters will be acknowledged in the conference program. Donation enclosed $________

(Please refer to sponsorship information form for more details)

4:30 PM

DOOR PRIZES AND CLOSING REMARKS

& Minds" and "In Our Own Voice" Presentations Jay Yudof, NAMI NJ Statewide Consumer Liaison In Our Own Voice Presenters

Exhibits and informational tables will be on display all day in the Kennedy Room

For additional information contact NAMI NJ Phone:732/940-0991 Email: [email protected]

Total Enclosed $

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