Education for Family & Friends
Kent: Christ Church 4th Wednesday of every month at 6:00pm (523 S. State St., Dover)
Sussex: Lewes Presbyterian Church every 4th Thursday of every month at 7:00pm (133 Kings Highway, Lewes)
Sussex: Crossroad Community Church every 3rd Thursday of the month at 7:00pm (20684 State Forest Rd., Georgetown)
New Castle: St. Paul’s United Methodist Church every 4th Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM (406 Main St, Odessa, DE 19730)
NAMI Delaware offers Discover, a social and educational gathering supporting lives in recovery, in all three counties, serving various communities and populations.
The meetings listed here are intended for family members, friends and loved ones of those living with mental health conditions.
Hope for Recovery
Hope for Recovery is a free, one-day interactive education workshop that provides families and individuals with information, hope and practical strategies for living with the complexities of mental illness. Come learn about mental illnesses, treatments, coping strategies, the mental health system and local resources.
*Please note - registration to June 3rd’s class is an automatic registration to June 5th & June 10th. All 3 classes MUST be attended to receive all the information from this workshop.
3 Part Hope for Recovery in Dover
Monday, June 3 (Part 1), Wednesday June 5 (Part 2) & Monday, June 10 (Part 3)
Dover Behavioral Health
725 Horsepond Road
Dover, DE 19901
For information, contact Jenn Ford (firstname.lastname@example.org or (302) 427-0787 ext. 116)
The NAMI Family-to-Family education program is offered at no cost to family members and loved ones of people with Major Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Substance Use Problems, Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, Panic Disorder and more.12 sessions are structured to help family members and loved ones support and learn about their loved one while maintaining their own well-being. Teaching teams are trained volunteer family members who understand the issues involved in having a loved one with a serious mental health condition in the family. SAMHSA, in their Family Psychoeducation Workbook for Practitioners and Clinical Supervisors, stated “…NAMI has promulgated the message that families who have long been viewed as part of the problem should now be considered part of the solution as partners in supporting recovery.”
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Contact Jenn Ford (email@example.com or 302-427-0787)