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Register for Family to Family, a free 8 week course for family members and loved ones of people with mental illness. Course options:

DAYTIME:  Wednesday, January 6 – February 24 from 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM.

EVENING:  Wednesday March 10 – April 28 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM



STABLE Account Presentation


If an individual developed disabilities before the age of 26, including mental health conditions, they may be eligible to open a STABLE account. STABLE accounts allow you to save and invest without jeopardizing your SSI, SSDI or Medicaid benefits. The investment earnings as tax free if you use them for qualified disability-related expenses such as: basic living expenses, housing, transportation, health and wellness, employment training, education and many more. Come and learn what STABLE accounts can offer you.

STABLE Account Registration

Basic Form to register for upcoming STABLE account presentations.






QPR Suicide Prevention Training,

February 16, 2021 7:00 PM or April 12, 2021 1:00 PM via Zoom. 

Register Here.




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Online Support Groups

In light of the current pandemic, we are offering video conference support groups via Zoom and Amazon Chime. 

Follow the link below for the schedule and instructions on how to join:

NAMI Delaware and Morrow Counties is a very active NAMI affiliate with 21 support groups each month and 13 NAMI education classes, 30+ mental health/illness community presentations, and more than 60 school presentations each year.  

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In The News: NAMI of Delaware and Morrow Counties

December 22, 2020

December 11, 2020
By Tyler Buchanan, Ohio Capital Journal
The Highland County Press

Ohio Senators approved a bill Wednesday that would prohibit a convicted murderer from being sentenced to death if they suffered from a serious mental illness at the time of the killing.

The near-unanimous, bipartisan vote marks the next step in a years-long legislative effort to exempt those with certain mental illnesses from death row.

The Ohio Senate vote was 27-3.

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