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National Day of Prayer

October 6, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Mental Illness Awareness Week is a nation-wide event raising awareness for the stigma and social barriers that still exist towards people who live with mental illness and mental disabilities. Centerville/greater Dayton welcome you to this faith-based and educational event!

  • Key Note Speakers
    Mayor Mark Kingseed – Centerville
    Greg Darling – Hope4Us Facilitator
    Deborah Wilcox, Ph.D. – Stigma/Healing in Community
  • Prayer vigil
  • Refreshments
  • Music by “GraceNotes” – Jazz Ensemble


Organizers of the event – The MIAW Planning Team, Castle, a social/recovery program for those who live with mental illness, in collaboration with Christ the King Lutheran Church and other faith based community organizations.


October 6, 2015
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


The Castle
Christ the King Lutheran Church


Christ the King Lutheran Church
50 Nutt Road
Centerville, OH 45458 United States
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Hours of Operation

The Castle is closed on Sundays and Saturdays and is open weekdays from 10am until 4pm.


If you shop at Dorothy Lane Market, remember to sign up for the Good Neighbor Program and list The Castle for rewards.

If you shop at Gordon Food Service, please list The Castle so we may receive the rewards they offer.

If you shop at Kroger, you can give us your fuel points by entering our phone number.

NAMI Montgomery County

For details about support groups, monthly educational meetings, family-to-family classes or other available resources, go to www.namiohio.org, www.nami.org, or 937-299-3667.