Summer Resources

                                      Summer Resources    
          May 2020 Small  
          
We know how important support is for you, especially in these precarious times. Therefore, if you haven't done so already, our sincere hope is you consider joining us online. You will find that the meeting flow is very similar to what you are used to.

Currently, we are offering Family Support Groups 2 times per month, every other Wednesday at 6:30 pm and Peer Support Groups 4 times per month, each Monday at 7:00 pm. Our hope is to expand the offerings shortly. Our website and calendar found at www.namiadco.org is updated with the most current information.

NAMI ADCO is also working diligently to begin offering its education programs online. It is our hope that in the near future, we will roll out the NEW Family and Friends program, with Family to Family to follow. NAMI Basics is already available for those of you with younger kids, on-demand.

Most importantly, know that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. We are here for you, even if we cannot meet in person. As always, please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have specific needs, questions, or concerns.


The Douglas County Library offers a wide variety of resources for kids, teens, and adults!

Bark for Books
Do you like to read? Do your reading skills need a new challenge? Then try out Bark for Books where you'll be given the opportunity to read your favorite books out loud to trained therapy dogs. Yes, you heard that right. Dogs! 

Visit the Douglas County Libraries Event Page to learn more.

Summer Reading Program
Help our school win $500! Douglas County Libraries Foundation will give $500 to the school with the most sign-ups for Douglas County Libraries Summer Reading... so register now!

Don't forget to "Splash Into Summer" and register your child for the summer reading program and help us meet our community goal! If we meet our community goal of 8 million minutes read, the Douglas County Libraries Foundation will donate $1000 to the COVID-19 Recovery Fund through the Douglas County Community Foundation (DCCF). For more information, please visit https://www.dcl.org/summer-reading/registration/.

Parents & Teachers
Douglas County Libraries is proud to help you build bright futures for kids! We offer on-site and online services and resources especially for parents and teachers, bring programs directly to schools, and host your child's birthday party and Camp DCL! Sign up for our eNewsletter.

Visit https://www.dcl.org/parents-teachers/ to learn more!
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