Psychiatry Faculty & Staff Participate in NAMI Walks MN

 More than 20 members of the department participated in the NAMI Walk at Minnehaha Park on September 22, 2018.

Residents, faculty and research staff raised nearly $2000, which doubled our goal for this year's walk. Additionally, the department hosted an exhibitor table where department staff were able to engage with walk participants and talk about our clinical services and research programs.

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