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Out of an abundance of caution, due to COVID-19, all in-person supports groups have been suspended at this time.  We have been working diligently to establish an online option for hosting both our Family Support Group and our Connection Support Group.  We are happy to announce that we are hosting our first online support group meeting on Tuesday, March 31st through Zoom.  We will host a Family Support Group every Tuesday at 6:00 pm and a Connection Support Group every Thursday at 6:00 pm.  You can log in through your computer or call in on your phone.  The log in information is below.

 

FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP 

Tuesday at 6:00 PM.
A peer-led support group for any adult with a loved one who has experienced symptoms of a mental health condition.

Click here to access the link on your computer to join.
Meeting ID: 313-413-053 
Password: 232949

To dial in to the group on your phone, call +1 (646) 558-8656, enter the meeting ID (313-413-053), and press pound (#)

 

CONNECTION SUPPORT GROUP

Thursday at 6:00 PM.
A peer-led support group for any adult who has experienced symptoms of a mental health condition.

Click here to access the link on your computer to join.
Meeting ID: 575-946-330
Password: 172602

To dial in to the group on your phone, call +1 (646) 558-8656, enter the meeting ID (575-946-330), and press pound (#)


 

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In The News: NAMI Mid-Carolina

March 8, 2020

Published: February 27, 2020, 8:06 am, Updated: February 27, 2020, 7:22 pm By Kristen Rogers, CNN Click2Houston https://www.click2houston.com/news/national/2020/02/27/moodiness-or-more-how-to-tell-if-your-kids-suffering-from-a-mental-disorder/

Children’s lives may not be as hard as adults’ lives, but sometimes their moodiness and sadness are more than just a phase.

Around one in six US youth ages 6 to 17 has a mental, behavioral or developmental disorder such as anxiety, depression or attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder, according to a 2019 report in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.

The number of youth struggling with mental disorders such as Read More

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