NAMI Fox Valley has partnered with three organizations to bring you relevant information on current “hot topics” in the mental health world. 

All presentations will be held via Zoom from 11am-12pm on the respective dates. Each presentation must be registered for separately. More detailed information on the presentations and the links to register can be found by clicking the presentation titles below.

While we hope that you can join us live, each presentation will also be recorded and sent to registrants at a later date to accommodate schedules that don’t allow for live attendance.

Questions? Contact Megan Zimmerman, NAMI Fox Valley’s Community Outreach Coordinator, at

Wednesday, May 11th 11am to 12pm
The R&R House, the first Peer-Run Respite Center for veterans in the nation, will present on the stigmas and challenges that veterans face and how peer support and respite centers are valuable tools to increase our veterans’ overall wellness picture.
Presented by Peter Borucki, House Manager for the R&R House, the first Peer-Run Respite Center for veterans in the nation
Register Here
Wednesday, May 18th 11am to 12pm
There are many reputable studies supporting the mental health benefits of spiritual practices. This presentation invites participants to consider the differences between spirituality, faith and religion, and how we can connect mind, body and spirit to improve our mental wellness.
Presented by Rosangela B. Berbert, Executive Director and Therapist at Samaritan Counseling Center of the Fox Valley
Register Here
Wednesday, May 25th 11am to 12pm
Rogers Behavioral Health will present on the general impacts and increase of eating disorder symptoms; specific factors that have impacted eating disorders, such as social media trends, the push for everyone to “lose the COVID 19,” or to start exercising more; and how social pressure overall can be triggering for someone with an eating disorder.
Presented by Marisa Evans, Eating Disorder Therapist at Rogers Behavioral Health
Register Here