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Meetings and Programs




Public Information and Advocacy Meeting.

2nd Wed. each month
@ 7:00pm

Getting Together Self-Help Center
52 East Main St
Flemington, NJ

Family-to-Family: a free 12-week workshop for family members of ADULTS who have mental illness.  more

Spring and Fall classes

Larry or Priscilla Cartwright

Basics: a free 7-week workshop for parents & primary caregivers of CHILDREN/ADOLESCENTS with mental health challenges. more

Spring and Fall classes

Alicia Stevenson 908-892-4299

Family Support Group for caregivers and family members who have a loved one with mental illness.

3rd Thurs. each month @ 7:00pm

Getting Together Self-Help Center
52 East Main St
Flemington, NJ

Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA): for individuals living with a mood disorder. more

@ 7:30 pm

Carrier Clinic, Garden Cafe
Contact 1: Tom
888-226-6437 x103
Contact 2: John
888-226-6437 x101

Educating the Educators: A certified continuing education program offered to educators which offers 3 unique perspectives on mental illness: physician, teachers, and family member. more


Alicia Stevenson 908-892-4299

Law Enforcement Education Program: Designed to help law enforcement officials recognize the symptoms of mental illness and appropriately handle crisis situations. more

TBA, varies

Phil Lubitz 732-940-0991

In Our Own Voice, Living with Mental Illness: Community outreach presentations by individuals who are successfully living with mental illness.  Certified continuing education program.   more

as requested

Jill Zwick 732-996-8271

Supportive Housing: Donations from the community and state grants enabled NAMI Hunterdon to open two successful homes in Hunterdon County for those recovering from mental illness, and living independently.  


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