Educational programs offer knowledge and guidance to understand mental illness and the path to recovery and wellness.
We recognize that the key concepts of recovery, resiliency, and support are essential to improving the wellness and quality of life of all persons affected with mental illness. Mental illness should not be an obstacle to a full and meaningful life. Services should be designed to meet the individual needs of those living with mental illness and their family members.
IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
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Support Groups and Family-to-Family course cancellations plus links, tips, etc.
Peer-led support groups provide a safe and confidential setting to gain hope and develop supportive relationships.
Warning Signs for Schools
Ending the Silence
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Get answers to questions, share experiences, understand treatment options, and deal with crises with greater confidence.
NAMI Volusia/Flagler/Saint Johns!!! Due to the Coronavirus, the affiliate support groups are cancelled until further notice. NAMI Volusia/Flagler/St.Johns is launching a Virtual Support Group for peers.
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We encourage you to check for updates on the status of the support groups on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/namivfsj or our website at https://www.namivfsj.org/meetings. We also encourage you to stay tuned to the website.
We are saddened by the situation the whole world is in with this outbreak but we encourage you to stay connected and encourage one another as we go through this situation together.
Here are some helpful tips for the coronavirus that may help.
Coronavirus: 8 ways to look after your mental health
1. Seek accurate information from legitimate sources
2. Set limits around news on COVID-19
3. Look after yourself
4. Reach out to others and support people around you
5. Maintain a sense of hope and positive thinking
6. Acknowledge your feelings
7. Take time to talk with your children about the COVID-19 outbreak
8. Ask for professional support
Stay safe and be mindful of your health both physical and mental.
Current and Previous Newsletters:
Most Recent: March 2021 Newsletter
Check out the following links and contacts for helpful guidance:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Help Protect People with Mental Illness during the COVID-19 Crisis
"As the Senate prepares the third in a series of COVID-19-related relief bills, please urge your Senators to ensure people affected by mental illness can maintain their treatment, get health and mental health coverage, access needed supports, and lift up the nonprofits they depend on, like NAMI."