(13 News at 4) - When a serious brain disorder strikes your family , you can feel very alone. But the National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI, says you don't have to be.
NAMI Kansas will raise awareness of mental health issues and raise money to support their services.
The walk is Saturday, May 3 at Gage Park in Topeka. Registration begins at 10 am with the walk starting at 11 am. People may sign up or donate at www.namikansas.org.
NAMI Kansas executive director Rick Cagan visited 13 News at 4 to discuss the walk and NAMI's mission.
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