*All Support Groups are Virtual*
Family Support Group – every 1st & 3rd Tuesday at 6:45 PM via Zoom. Please contact (901) 725-0305 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BRIDGES Support Group every 2nd Tuesday at 7 PM
SOS Schizophrenia & Schizoaffective Support Group – every 2nd & 4th Thursday at 6 PM via Google Meets. Please contact (901) 725-0305 or email email@example.com
We ask that people contact the office by phone or email for log on information.
For more information please contact – (901) 725-0305 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All NAMI Support Groups are free! For more information, contact our office at: (901) 725-0305.
A new educational course for family, caregivers and friends of military service members and veterans living with mental illness.
For persons with a diagnosis of major mental illness. BRIDGES (Building Recovery of lndividual Dreams and Goals through Education and Support) provides education and support to mental health consumers. Support groups are directed by trained class members who are themselves in recovery. They are free and available to everyone who has a diagnosis of mental illness. Support groups use a person-to-person approach to provide consumers with opportunities to learn and practice coping skills. One consumer described Bridges this way: “We learn that we are not alone. Our experiences, when shared, can be a foundation for recovery.”
With Hope in Mind (WHIM)
For family members, friends and caregivers of adult mental health consumers. The With Hope in Mind support group provides a meaningful environment for individuals to receive help and support from others who are also trying to cope with the difficulties associated with caring for adult relatives who are mental health consumers.
For families with children diagnosed with a mental illness under the age of 18. The Beginnings support group provides a meaningful environment for primary care providers of a child or adolescent with mental illness to receive help and support for others who are also trying to cope with the difficulties associated with caring for a child or adolescent who is diagnosed with a mental health disorder.
With Hope in Mind Educational Classes for families and caregivers of individuals diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder are starting soon, every 8 weeks. To pre-register, call (901) 725-0305. Seating is limited.