Supporting People Living With Mental Health Conditions
NAMI Metro Suburban offers a number of programs for those in need as well as support their family members and loved ones.
The Living Room
The Living Room is a safe place where you can talk with a peer if you are experiencing life’s emotional stresses. The trained peer recovery support specialists use their personal experience to help you find and maintain your recovery. Services are free of charge.
The Drop-In Center
The Drop-In Center is for adults 18 years and over that live with a mental health condition. It provides a safe, stigma-free place for participants to socialize and find new recovery skills and tools.
IPS Supportive Employment Program
NAMI’s IPS adherence to best practice guidelines has made NAMI a leader in the field of employment for people with severe mental illness. The focus is on finding a balance between employment and your own recovery goals.
NAMI Connection is a support group for people living with mental illness. Participants learn from each other’s experiences, share coping strategies, and offer each other support and encouragement.
The Wellness Recovery Action Plan is a self-designed prevention and wellness process that anyone can use to get well, stay well, and make their life the way they want it to be. This course is designed to help develop a personalized plan to help manage symptoms and achieve your recovery goals.