Programs

Family-to-Family Program

Family-to-Family is a free, 12-week educational course for family members and caregivers of individuals with mental illnesses.  Family members learn about various mental illnesses, treatments, medications, and rehabilitation. Participants learn self-care, problem-solving skills, and communication skills.

Many graduates of the program called it “life-changing” as they develop friendships with others in similar situations.
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Family Support Group

NAMI believes that support groups maintain long-term recovery for families. These sessions takes place in an intimate, confidential setting to allow families to share with each other their experiences.

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Peer-to-Peer Program

Peer-to-Peer is a free, 10-week educational program for adults with mental illness who are looking to better understand mental wellness and their journey toward recovery. Taught by trained mentors who have experienced a significant level of recovery, the program includes presentations, discussion, and interactive exercises. Participants will learn communication skills, a general understanding of mental health, and workforce development skills. Participants will also create an advanced directive and a relapse prevention plan.

Graduates of this course experience new hope and inspiration in regards to recovery.
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Peer Support Group

The Peer Support Group is a support group for individuals experiencing a mental illness. Individuals do not need a formal diagnosis to attend. These sessions takes place in an intimate, confidential setting to allow peers to share with each other their experiences. This type of group lets you know that you are not alone.

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