National Alliance on Mental Illness
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If you live in the city of Fredericksburg or in Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania or Stafford counties, we're here for you. We hold monthly meetings the first Wednesday of every month. Click on the Calendar above. We also have educational and support programs. Click on >>Progams & Activities on the left side menu to open up the full lising. Scroll down this page to read it all.
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR CHAPTER AND PROGRAMS
The NAMI Walks Virginia 2014 is vital to our NAMI Rappahannock chapter because this is the event were we raise most of the money we need each year to support our local programs. The walk took place on Saturday, October 18th at Glen Allen, Virginia. Although the walk is over, you can still make a donation to raise funds for our local chapter. To walk or make a donation, please go to David Vaugh or Elaine Arnold's team pages by clicking on their name's blue link. Both teams ensure NAMI Rappahannock will get monies from the walk credited to our chapter. Or, if you prefer to make a donation by check, please make it out to "NAMI Virginia." Mail it to:
PO Box 7511
Fredericksburg, VA 22404
PEER-RUN MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OPEN
Here's exciting news. There's a new peer run mental health center located at the Goodwill Community Resource Center, 4701 Market Street in Fredericsburg. A lot of people have been hard at work making this dream become a reality. For al of the details click here to go to their Website.
NEED A FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP?
If you have a loved one or family member with a mental illness, having a support group can be important for your well-being. There's a NAMI support group started that meets the second and fourth Tuesday every month at Mary Washington hospital from 7 pm to 8:30 pm in the 1 West-B conference room at Mary Washington. For more information, contact Katie Samulevich at email@example.com.
TWO LOCATIONS FOR LOCAL WEEKLY SUPPORT GROUPS
We have two weekly recovery support group for people living with a mental illness in which people learn from each others’ experiences. Here's what you can expect at a local support group meeting.
• Weekly free 90 minute gatherings led by trained individuals
You're welcome to attend. Prior arrangements are not needed. These groups are “open” meaning that new participants are welcome. Start with a phone call for friendly confirmation of current schedules and locations and help with directions. There may even be additional groups, times and locations similarly approved and sponsored by one of these two local nonprofit advocacy organizations with national links, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and Mental Health America (MHA).
Tuesdays, 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Thursdays, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Related FilesMental Health Resource Guide (PDF File)
NAMI Rappahannock Information (PDF File)
RIM news (PDF File)
Art of Recovery Poster (PDF File)
Mayfest Flyer 2014 (PDF File)
Art of Expression Exhibit (PDF File)