The mission of the North Carolina Mental Health Consumers' Organization is to promote mutual help, advocacy, insight, support, socialization, and empowerment for people living with mental illness.
NCMHCO News Updates
8/10/14-8/14/15: NCMHCO hosts a fantastic WRAP training in Raleigh, NC
7/28/15: Cheryl attends a valuable grant writing training in Raleigh, NC
7/14/15: NCMHCO begins membership voting on bylaw changes. Be sure to case your vote before August 1st!
6/29/15-7/2/15: NCMHCO hosts a WRAP training in Hickory, NC
6/27/15: NCMHCO hosts the last day of a four day WRAP training series in June
Want to take a free WRAP level I class?
NCMHCO offers free level I WRAP classes throughout North Carolina. If you are interested in signing up, click here for more details.
Want to take a WRAP level II class?
NCMHCO offers level II WRAP classes throughout North Carolina. Click here for more details.
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Membership Renewal Information
Hey all! In order to make sure that you get your next newsletter, be sure that your membership to NCMHCO is current or we won't be able to send you one! Don't forget that membership not only gives you access to our quarterly newsletter and events throughout the year, but also the ability to attend free WRAP trainings, and membership in TEAMS groups. Best of all, your money goes to supporting the recovery movement in North Carolina and maintaining our essential warmline number where consumers can call in and ask for help finding resources or get some one-on-one peer support.
If you want to know if your membership is current, feel free to give us a call at 1-800-326-3842 and we'll let you know. If you aren't a member or your membership is expired, membership is $5 a year, or you can get a lifetime membership for $40. If you want to renew your membership or become a member, mail a check, money order, or cash to:
P.O. Box 27042
Raleigh NC 27611
Click here to download the membership form.
We hope you'll come on board with us and support the recovery movement right here in North Carolina!
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