A Havre woman is working with the National Alliance for Mental Illness and the Center for Mental Health to create a 12-week course for helping friends and relatives of people with mental health issues.
Cindy Ellington, whose son has health issues, and Pam Veis from the Center for Mental Health, will teacher the NAMI-prepared course.
The first benefit is for the people — there is room for 25 — who take part in the class. They will learn just what they can do to help their loved ones and how to better understand what they are going through.
Often such classes lead to formation of support...