- Behavioral Services
- Information and Referral Services
- Mental Health Care & Counseling
- Support Groups
NAMI provides support, education, and advocacy services to persons with severe and persistent behavioral health issues. Free, peer-led, confidential support groups for adults with the lived experience of a behavioral health issue, and a group for parents and loved ones, offered twice monthly.
Also, offers free peer-led education classes aimed at parents/guardians of children from age 4 through 17 called NAMI BASICS. A self-advocacy program within education, Department of Children's Services, and the Juvenile Justice Systems, it provides a safe place for parents to discuss the day to day issues faced in living and loving a child with behavioral health needs.
Serves 3 years and older; Parents seeking benefit of the NAMI BASICS program should have a child that was diagnosed or identified as having severe and persistent behavioral issues prior to the age of 13 if they are seeking support for a child that is now an adult.
Interpreter services available upon request
Mon - Fri, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Fee and Payment Methods
- Behavior Concerns
- Mental Health