~ 4am to 2pm
24/7 Crisis Text line:
Text NAMI to 741-741
About NAMI :
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI Kauai is an affiliate of NAMI Hawaii. NAMI Kauai and dedicated volunteer members and leaders work tirelessly to raise awareness and provide essential education, advocacy and support group programs for people in our community living with mental illness and their loved
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NAMI Peer support groups offer respect, understanding, encouragement, and hope for people living with mental illness. Free and confidential.
Peer Support Groups meet in-person, every Tuesday:
2nd Tues of month; 1:30pm
@ Liliuokalani Trust 4530 Kali Rd. Lihue (w/ Pizza)
1st/3rd/4th Tues of month; 1:30 pm
@ Lihue Library 4344 Hardy Street
What is the NAMI Family Support Group Program?
NAMI Family Support Groups, offered by NAMI Affiliates in communities across the country, are free, confidential and safe groups of families helping other families who live with mental health challenges.
In NAMI Family Support Groups, families join a caring group of individuals helping one another by utilizing their collective lived experiences and learned wisdom. Family members can achieve a renewed sense of hope for their loved one living with mental health challenges.
NAMI Kauai, the local organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, offers
NAMI Kauai Family Support Groups. Held hybrid (in person and on Zoom).
Questions? Contact 808-631-4982 for zoom link, in person meeting details and directions.
Family to Family Support Group monthly meetings
2nd Wed of month; 6:00-7:30 pm
3rd Monday; 6:00-7:30 pm
@ Mahelona VTC Rm, Kapaa
Last Saturday of month; 10am-11:30, potluck after
@ Salt Pond, Small Pavilion near lifeguard, Hanapepe
Contact us to find out more about NAMI Support Groups, Classes and Resources! Contact Karin: 808-631-4982 or email@example.com
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