Register for NAMI classes this Fall!
When you or a loved one experience a mental health condition, it can be difficult to figure out your next steps. Decisions about treatment, medication, and knowing where to turn for help can add additional stress. We offer classes to help both people with mental health conditions and their families get the information, resources, and support that they need to navigate their mental health journey.
Learn more about our upcoming classes including NAMI Peer-to-Peer, for people with mental health conditions, NAMI Family-to-Family, for family and friends of people with mental health conditions, and NAMI Basics, for parents or other full-time caregivers raising children with mental health symptoms.
Learn more or register for upcoming classes here!
Join us for our Summer Series
NAMI Delaware & Morrow Counties is excited to announce our first summer series beginning July 17. We’ll be offering informative Wednesday evening sessions that can provide you and your family a chance to learn and focus on your own mental health. Join us for one or all of the following sessions. Advance registration is required.
Wednesday, July 24, 7:00 pm – We encourage you to attend A Friend of Mine…A Community Conversation About Mental Illness and Substance Abuse presented by St. John Neumann Church
Wednesday, July 31, 7:00 pm – STABLE Accounts
Wednesday, August 7, 7:00 pm – Secondary Trauma
Learn more about each event and register online here.
Support NAMI with Kroger Community Rewards
When you shop at Kroger, you can support NAMI Delaware & Morrow Counties. We are participating in the Kroger Community Rewards program. When you enroll in the program with your Kroger Plus card and select NAMI Delaware & Morrow Counties as the organization you want to support, Kroger will donate a percentage of the money you spend to NAMI. For more information or to enroll, visit Kroger Community Rewards.
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.