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Thank you to the employees at Consolidated Cooperative for their generous donations to our game library.

Many thanks to Consolidated Cooperative and their employees for donating so many great games to our game library!

Our hope is that families can borrow these games to spend positive, quality time together. When caring for a loved one with a mental illness, it can be easy to let “regular” family activities get pushed aside as stress increases. We hope that families will be able to find time to enjoy one another’s company and play a game together.

Thanks to the generosity of Consolidated Cooperative, we have a variety of games to appeal to all ages. If you’re interested in borrowing one, just stop by the NAMI office.

NAMI Delaware and Morrow Counties is now on Amazon Smile


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NAMI Delaware and Morrow Counties is participating in Amazon Smile. Now you can support NAMI while you shop online. Just bookmark the link below to shop on Amazon or visit and select “NAMI Delaware and Morrow Counties” as the organization you want to support.

Support NAMI Delaware and Morrow Counties with Amazon Smile. 


Winter Weather

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As we head into another unpredictable Ohio winter, please be sure to check the website for up-to-date information on scheduled programs and groups in the event of inclement weather. We will post any necessary cancellations on this website and also our Facebook page. For events held at locations other than the NAMI office, the host site’s inclement weather policy will apply.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact our office at 740-815-1767. Stay warm!



In The News: NAMI of Delaware and Morrow Counties

March 14, 2019

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FRIDAY, March 8, 2019 (HealthDay News) — When the clocks spring forward an hour this Sunday, it will throw everyone off.

But the time change will affect children with mental health issues the most, experts warn.

“Sleep is a more complicated issue for patients with a mental health disorder,” said Dr. Robert Kowatch. He is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and sleep medicine specialist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.

“Different conditions affect sleep differently, as do various medications for these conditions Read More

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