National Alliance on Mental Illness - Sussex County, NJ Affiliate

NAMI Sussex

NAMI Sussex is an all-volunteer 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that provides support, education and advocacy throughout Sussex County, NJ on behalf of individuals and families affected by mental illness.

When Medicine Got It Wrong - Free film screening on Mon. Jan. 14

When Medicine Got It Wrong - Free film screening on Mon. Jan. 14
The 53-minute film tells the groundbreaking story of how parents launched one of the nation’s fastest growing grassroots movements, forming Parents of Adult Schizophrenics in 1974, and eventually leading to the establishment of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Medicine now knows that recovery is achievable for the vast majority who receive treatment for mental illness.

Lord & Taylor Charity Days (Jan. 18 - 21) - Support Mental Health

Lord & Taylor Charity Days (Jan. 18 - 21) - Support Mental Health
Shop at Lord & Taylor, Rockaway Townsquare Mall, Mt. Hope Rd. & Rte. 80, Rockaway, NJ from January 18-21, 2019 to support NAMI Sussex. Shoppers will be able to support mental health with a donation of $5 for the purchase of a Charity Days shopping pass, online or in-store. Using the pass, shoppers will receive 30% off most items, plus 15% off almost all beauty products. The full $5 donation will go to NAMI, with a portion to NAMI Sussex!

Free 12 week Family-to-Family course starts Thurs. Feb. 21st

Free 12 week Family-to-Family course starts Thurs. Feb. 21st
The course helps family members, caregivers and friends understand, support and become advocates for their loved one with serious mental health challenges, while maintaining their own wellbeing.

Free 12 week Family Connections course starts Sunday Feb. 24th

Free 12 week Family Connections course starts Sunday Feb. 24th
Free course for family members and close friends of those with Borderline Personality Disorder

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