The Erie County Department of Health is asking Erie County to participate in a survey to provide the most effective COVID-19 messaging. Please take a minute to help provide information that will support this project and our community!
If you would like to join virtually, you can join the Zoom meetings listed below. If you would like to join in-person, the Peer Support Group and Family Support Group meetings will also be conducted at the NAMI office (1611 Peach Street, Suite 218). Please call (814) 456-1773 if you have any questions.
Peer Support Group
Meets 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 6pm.
Family Support Group
Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6pm.
Art Support Group
Held Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6:30pm.
A traditional support group infused with art and literary activities to help facilitate discussion.Click to Attend Online Art Support Group
Mental Health Wednesdays
Held the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm.
COVID-19 Support Group
Meets Weekdays at Noon.
NAMI of Erie County is aware of the additional challenges that our Erie community faces with the spread of COVID-19. Individuals with mental health conditions, caregivers and loved ones are all facing unique needs and concerns. That's why NAMI has created an online support group weekdays at noon to help folks coping with COVID-19. No formal diagnosis is required. NAMI of Erie County is doing our part to strengthen the Erie community. We’re stronger together. Please adhere to all of the safety guidelines issued by our local representatives. In the meantime, join us in promoting the resilience of our Erie community with the hashtag #StrongerTogetherErie.Click to Attend COVID-19 Support Group
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The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Erie County provides education and support of mental illness for individuals and families in an effort to improve the public's awareness and understanding of mental health.
NAMI of Erie County offers multiple educational courses that provide understanding and support to individuals and families living with mental illness. Apply now for the next round of courses.