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NAMI will be in the nation's capital for its 2014 National Convention beginning September 3, and the Treatment Advocacy Center will be well-represented! 

NAMI 2014Please come find us at Booth 410 in the exhibit hall. Members of our advocacy and communications teams will be on hand whenever the hall is open to introduce themselves, provide up-to-date information on critical developments in mental illness treatment laws and policies and answer your questions.

Many booth visitors will be eligible to receive a free copy of one of Dr. E. Fuller Torrey's books. Watch your email for details. Sign up here if you are not on our email list.

On Saturday, Treatment Advocacy Center Executive Director Doris A. Fuller will be one of six distinguished panelists participating in "Refocusing the Conversation: Strategies for Engaging people in Needed Services and Supports," a special policy forum. This extended 2.5-hour session will explore how best to engage hard-to-reach individuals in treatment and supportive services.

The session will run from 1:30-4 pm on September 6 in Marriott Ballroom Salons 2 and 3 and promises to be one of the most-attended events of the convention.

See you there!

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