NAMI UNION COUNTY
NAMI of Union County,
P.O. Box 724, New Providence, NJ 07974
Ruth at (908) 233-1628
Online Resources Guide:
Online Support Meeting:
Monthly Family Support Meeting via Zoom
3rd Tuesday of every month, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
This is a peer support group led by trained facilitators for all family members and caregivers of persons with mental illness. To register – email Denise at [email protected] with your name, town and phone number.
Upcoming meeting: Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Are you feeling stressed and alone in trying to cope with the effects of a loved one’s mental illness? NAMI Union County’s Family Support Group is for family members and caregivers of persons with mental illness. The group is led by NAMI-trained facilitators and is a peer support group that allows participants to gain insight from others facing the same challenges. Download flyer
NAMI Connection Peer Support Group (Postponed until further notice)
4th Tuesday of each month, 7:30 pm
Contact Strawberry at [email protected] for more information.
Find online support groups by NAMI NJ at this webpage: NAMI NJ Online Support Groups
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.
Join us for a presentation on the “Effects of the Smart Phone and Social Media on our Mental Health” by Sean Foley, MSW, LSW. How, when, and where are you on a tech device? What are you reading, watching, or listening to on the tech device? Am I using the tech device wisely? We plan on helping you to find your way to a wholesome balance for successfully managing your use of technology. Register here | Download flyer
Family To Family Education:
8-week education course for families of adults living with mental illness
Learn more about the course
Thursdays, September 22 – November 10, 2022 (in-person)
7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. ET
For more information and to register, please contact Pat Roman at 732-397-8123 or email [email protected] before September 15. Please include in the subject line: F2F Course.
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NAMI Union County hosted Senator Codey at their public meeting in April 2016, with a packed house of nearly 90 people. Senator Codey has been a long-time proponent of improving services for the mentally ill. He and his family have established a private foundation to support programs benefitting mental health issues.