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General Meeting October 1, 2015

Houston Methodist Hospital-Sugar Land
16655 Southwest Freeway
Sugar Land, TX



We provide quality mental health services, including: residential treatment, supportive housing, long-term health care, outpatient therapy, and medication management. We have been improving the quality of life for our customers for over 20 years.

Fort Bend Center for Independent Living

A community-based, non-profit, independent living advocacy organization

Classes beginning in the Fall

NAMI Family to Family September 14, 2015
Please call to register 281-494-5193
or email


Walk with NAMI|Ft. Bend
Saturday, September 26, 2015
CHECK-IN  9:00   WALK BEGINS  10:00
Come rain or shine
4033 State Hwy 6 South
Sugar Land, Texas

Support American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

 SAVE Lives…

 HONOR Loved Ones Lost to Suicide…


RAISE Funds to Support AFSP!


Consider donating with  Team NAMI FORT BEND


                  Saturday, October 17, 2015 

  Oyster Creek  Park    4033 Hwy 6 South   Sugar Land, TX

                                     Deadline Registration 10/16/2015

            NAMI|Ft.Bend will join in the fight to help those who have

            been affected by HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE, an inherited

            degenerative disorder that profoundly incapacitates and can

            cause depression, psychosis, and other distressing behaviors.

    Register Today! –   Sugar Land



April 9, 2016 

Sugar Land Memorial Park,  15300 University, Sugar Land, TX

Details to follow

In The News: NAMI Fort Bend

December 23, 2014

What is CIT?
CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) programs are local initiatives designed to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crises. They are built on strong partnerships between law enforcement, mental health provider agencies and individuals and families affected by mental illness.
Getting Started
Community partnerships are the key to a successful CIT program. Only by working together can law enforcement, mental health providers and advocates improve the way a community responds to a mental health crisis.


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