October 31, 2014

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Training for New Leaders

The Family Connections course is co-led by two people.  Leaders are family members themselves with a relative with borderline personality disorder.  All leaders are volunteers and do not receive compensation for their time.  Prospective leaders need to have completed Family Connections, TeleConnections or the 12-week program conducted under the auspicies of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.  Individuals interested in learning more information about becoming a Family Connections leader should e-mail neabpd@aol.com with subject line FC Leader Information.