Peer Support Groups
NAMI Peer Support Groups are for adults with a mental health history, regardless of their diagnosis. Every group is offered free of charge. All of these groups are facilitated by trained individuals who identify as mental health peers and understand experiencing mental health challenges.
NAMI support groups offer a flexible and casual environment without an educational format. You will learn about local resources and gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others. The groups follow a structured model to ensure you and others have an opportunity to be heard and to get what you need out of the session.
THERE IS NO COST TO JOIN ANY GROUP OR WORKSHOP
Current Support Groups
In-Person Groups (18680 SW Shaw St, Aloha, OR 97007)
Connections Support Group- Every Wednesday @ 2pm-3pm
Hearing Voices and Extreme States Group- Every Thursday @ 2pm-3pm
Slow Restorative Yoga for the Nervous System- Every Thursday @ 3:30-4:30pm
☆To request a list of Zoom links for every group and a schedule of in-person meetings, please email our Operations Manager Shelley Turner at email@example.com
Family Focused Support Groups
NAMI of Washington County offers the NAMI Family Support Group, a peer-led support group for family members, significant others, chosen family and friends of people with mental health conditions, and a new Parent Support Group for parents and caregivers of children/adolescents
with mental health challenges.
Recovery Focused Support Groups
NAMI of Washington County offers both a support group and a workshop focused on the unique and difficult challenges of living with a mental health condition and addiction.
Diagnoses/Mental Health Challenge Specific Support Groups
NAMI of Washington County offers peer support groups that center on specific challenging mental health features like persistent Anxiety and safe spaces for exploring all mental health aspects of different diagnoses.