NAMI Four County serves residents of Defiance, Fulton, Henry and Williams counties and is affiliated with the state and national chapters of NAMI - the "National Alliance on Mental Illness". We are a grassroots, family-oriented organization whose mission is to provide education, support and advocate for individuals and families living with mental illness as well as increase public awareness and understanding of mental health. We strive to improve the quality of life, ensure the dignity and respect for persons with a serious mental illness and to support their families. All NAMI meetings, educational programs and events are free and open to the public regardless of where you live or whether you are a NAMI member.
Quadco restaurants donate nearly $390 to NAMI
The Subway and Mama DeLuca's restaurants in Stryker and in the Bryan and Defiance Walmart stores that are operated by Quadco Rehabilitation Center raised $389.88 earlier this year to support NAMI Four County's free mental health family education classes and family and consumer support groups. The restaurants donated a portion of their one day sales during Mental Health Awareness Week and also distributed information about NAMI Four County to their customers throughout the week. Here, Sharon von Seggern, operations manager for the restaurants, presents the check to NAMI Four County treasurer Pat Allomong.