Welcome

CHECK OUT Community Meetings, bimonthly. Join us online for some great speakers. A time to come together and learn something new or share with others on this journey.

Stay tuned our next Community Meeting
July 1, 6:00

Email info@namisanjoaquin.org for more information

 

NAMI Connection Groups
All Peer Connection Support Groups are virtual! 
To participate, send your email request to:  info@namisanjoaquin.org.
Groups are held as follows...
1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, from 6:00pm to 7:30 pm.
2nd and 4th Friday of each month, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a free, peer-led support group for adults living with mental illness. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI-trained facilitators who've been there.

**The Lodi Family Support Group has recently reopened for in-person meetings. All other locations are welcome to join the Lodi in-person support group. See below for more details**
Date
: Fourth Thursday of each month
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Location: Calvary Lodi Church, Fellowship Hall, 2301 W. Lodi Avenue, Lodi, CA 95242
Manteca, Stockton & Tracy NAMI Family Support Groups are held online via Zoom. All locations are welcome to join the online support group. 

Date: Second Tuesday of each month
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm 
Location: Zoom (email info@namisanjoaquin.org to request the Zoom link to join). 

Facilitator Trainings: Seeking volunteers to be trained for Connection Recovery Support Groups, Family Support Groups and Family to Family Class.  Classes will be held online with dates to be determined. Training is typically 2 full days, provided by NAMI "State" Trainers and is free.  There is an application process. Interested persons can email info@namisanjoaquin.org. There is a two year comittment to facilitate or teach a minimum of two classes a year.

STAY TUNED FOR THE NEXT FAMILY TO FAMILY
F2F is a free online 8 week class for those friends and family of someone living with mental illness.


 
NAMI San Joaquin County is a grassroots family, client and community member organization, dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental health challenges and the lives of their families and friends.These challenges are known as neurobiological brain disorders, or psychiatric disabilities.



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Thank you for your
support!
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NAMIWALK 2021 was a success. We had more team captains and sponsors than any other year before.  We are so grateful for the support of our friends and family. It is so great when the community comes together to support those struggling and bring hope for them and their families. 



There is still time to donate:

http://namiwalks.org/northernCalifornia



 
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CalHope offers resources and information to help people find their way during COVID-19.

https://www.calhope.org/

(833) 317-HOPE

 

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 Please visit www.namica.org for resources and mental health tips on dealing with the coronavirus concerns.

 
Our mission is mental health

Educate

We offer an array of peer education and training programs, initiatives and services for individuals, family members, health care providers and the general public. NAMI and volunteer grassroots leaders are committed to education as the pathway to recovery, empowerment and wellness

Support

Our support and public education efforts are focused on educating America about mental illness, offering resources to those in need, and insisting that mental illness become a high national priority. Mental illness affects one in four families. Treatment works, but only half of people living with mental illness receive treatment.

Advocate

NAMI is recognized as the preeminent voice on Capitol Hill and in state houses across the country for the millions of Americans living with serious mental illness. Our advocates have fought for policy changes that raise the bar on mental illness care and promote treatment and research on par with other illnesses