- March 20, 2023
- 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
- Online - Zoom
Who is NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups for?
Connections is for adults who may have recently been hospitalized or diagnosed with a mental health condition.
What is NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups?
A free, confidential, peer-led support group for adults working on mental health recovery. By sharing experiences in a safe setting, gain hope and develop relationships. Develop insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others.
What will you gain at NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group?
NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups will help you:
- Find hope and develop relationships
- Find better coping skills
- Help others while helping yourself
- Find strength in sharing experiences
- Work for a better future in a realistic way
How is NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group facilitated?
NAMI Connection support groups meet weekly for 90 minutes and are led by peer facilitators who are experienced in living well with mental illness. Connection participants meet in casual, but confidential groups to discuss their personal challenges with recovery, share coping strategies and offer one another support and understanding.
To learn more about the NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group and to find a local group, visit https://namiccns.org/support-groups/connection-recovery-support-groups/
NAMI Connection Support Group ZOOM Meeting Information:
Join Zoom Video Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/756815005
Meeting ID: 756 815 005
Out of respect to the group, it is highly encouraged that all participants arrive by 4:00 p.m. CST.
Zoom Video Meeting Info, link & call-in numbers below
To respect the privacy of all participants, NAMI CCNS does not allow meetings to be recorded by any attendee or facilitator. Please make sure that the device you use to log into the online meeting is safe to use. If you think someone else could have installed any spyware on your device, please do not use the device for participating in the online meeting.
About the Facilitators: Our meeting group facilitators are trained by the National Alliance on Mental Illness as Peer Leaders and are not licensed professionals.