National Alliance on Mental Illness Mid Maine

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NAMI Mid Maine, an Affiliate of NAMI Maine in the extended Waterville area, provides free and confidential support for living with mental illness in the family.  Groups and classes are led by trained volunteers who live the experience of mental illness in their families or themselves.  The programs are only open to individuals or members of families with mental illness. NAMI Maine offers other training programs for law enforcement, teachers, and health care workers.

Current Mid Maine programs:  The Family Support Group is open to members of families with mentally ill members.  Meetings are 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at the Pleasant St. Methodist Church at 61 Pleasant St., Waterville, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm.

The Family-to-Family 12-week, 2 ½ hour class is specifically for families of people diagnosed with serious mental illness.  We feel that the huge and unending challenge of mental illness in a family can only be met by an extensive class.  It is taught in winter through spring.

Planned:  We are working to offer a Connection Recovery Support Group for individuals who are themselves living with mental illness.

For More Information:  Murray Campbell at (207) 293-2921, or mfcampbe@colby.edu, or Christine Canty Brooks at (800) 464-5767 x305 or ccantybrooks@namimaine.org.
If you might be interested in finding out more about NAMI Mid Maine, click this button and request group membership :

You will be contacted to discuss how you might like to participate.

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