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.
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Coming this Septemeber we are revisiting a virtual F2F ( Family to Family Course). So if you are interested and would like to know more please contact us at:
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Find Help, Find Hope
Make a difference in the lives of those living with mental illness and their families by fighting stigma and protecting access to services.
Peer-led support groups provide a safe and confidential setting to gain hope and develop supportive relationships.
The clickable link below to join our Virtual Support Group on Tuesday 6-7pm
Join Zoom Meeting
Peers connections group will be going hybrid once a month starting July 27th 2021 at the Saint Augustine Drop-in Center the address is 920 FL -16, Saint Augustine FL 32084 at the same time 6-7pm
Educational programs offer knowledge and guidance to understand mental illness and the path to recovery and wellness.
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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.
Get answers to questions, share experiences, understand treatment options, and deal with crises with greater confidence.