Quentin Schroeter is NAMI Montana’s Consumer Support and Outreach Specialist graduated from Helena High School. He was further educated at the University of Chicago, Shimer College, the University of London, and Claremont School of Theology. Quentin holds a Bachelors of Arts in Humanities and a Masters degree in Religious Studies. As person with Bipolar Disorder, he facilitates a “NAMI Connections” Support Group, Peer-to-Peer Seminars, and “In Our Own Voice” Presentations. Quentin has been an active member of NAMI for eight years.
On March 31, 2010, Michael Fitzpatrick of NAMI National announced that Quentin had been chosen to receive the 2010 Lionel Aldridge Award. This prestigious award is given annually to someone with mental illness for their courage, leadership, and service on behalf of all people who live with mental illness. NAMI Montana is beyond proud of Quentin for this amazing accomplishment.
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