National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will host a three-day training, March 16-18, for individuals who are a family member or loved one to someone affected by a mental health condition. In the training, participants will gain a better understanding of mental health conditions, improve coping skills and empower themselves to advocate for their loved ones. No experience is required and the training (and lunch during training) is provided at no cost to participants. For people living more than 50 miles outside of Anchorage, lodging is available. Limited funds are available for airfare. More information here.