NAMI Mendocino County maintains a lending library which is available to family and community members. The library is continually expanding as we learn of new books and receive donations. A brief selection of books available from our library is listed below.
Please contact Charlene, (707) 467-9116, for borrowing books from NAMI's library or send us an e-mail, NAMI Lending Library (choose Library in Category).
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Some of the books in our Library:
How to Cope with Mental Illness in Your Family
Diane Marsh & Rex Dickens (98)
Advocating for Someone with a Mental Illness,
Sonya Nesch (local author)
Wellness Recovery Action Plan
Mary Ellen Copeland
I am not sick, I don't need help
It's Nobody's Fault: New Hope and Help for Difficult Children
Harold Koplewicz M.D.
Surviving Schizophrenia, Surviving Manic Depression
E. Fuller Torrey
Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide,An Unquiet Mind & Touched with Fire ( 3 books)
Kay Redfield Jamison
The Instinct to Heal
Demetri Papolos, M.D.
An End to Panic Attacks
E. Zuercher White
The Complete Guide to Psychiatric Drugs: Straight Talk for Best Results
Edward H. Drummond
The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs
Rybacki & Long, M.D.
Natural Health, Natural Medicine
Andrew T. Weil
Prescription for Nutritional Healing
James & Phyllis Balch
The Depression Source Book 2 nd
Brian P. Quinn
How to Stay Alive When My Brain is Trying to Kill Me
Susan Rose Blauner
Hidden Victims, Hidden Healers
And many more.......