NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS

                                                          Email:  namiorangeny@warwick.net
                                                      Website:  namiorangeny.org
                                                  Telephone:  845-956-NAMI (6264) 
                                                  Toll-free:   1-866-906-NAMI (6264)

                                               FaceBook:   NAMI Orange County, NY
                                               FaceBook:  NAMI Orange Discussion Group

Advocacy
Request to contact
Aileen Gunther regarding Mental Health closures

 



Upcoming Events/Outreaches


See details
of upcoming NAMI
meetings by clicking links below:


NAMI
Family-to-Family
free 12 week course
Call now to register for NAMI F2F (since class size is limited)

*******

Starting Tues, May 8 
at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Newburgh
Call Dhanu 294-2749
now to register



NAMI Basics

free 6 week course starting Tues, June 3
in Goshen
Call Dhanu 294-2749
to register now since class size
is limited



NAMI Connection
a peer-led support group for adults living with a mental illness held
every Friday

6-7:30 p.m.

no fee,
no registration


Wed., April 25
6:30 p.m.
MHA Family & Friends Plus
Social Group

Please RSVP
Peggy 342-2400
Ext. 1238


Thurs., May 3
7 p.m.
NAMI Family Support Group
(Goshen)

no fee
no registration

 


Do not miss
this amazing performance!

Sunday, May 6
2 p.m. 
Thrall Library
Play presentation about Depression, Suicide perfomed by
Lori Schneider
"Every
Brilliant
Thing"

$20 admission
Call 845-956-6264
to reserve tickets
(please arrive at 1:30)


NAMI Education Meeting
Mon., May 14

Topic: HARP
Health & Recovery Program

6:30-8:30 p.m.
RSVP requested



Saturday, May 19
3 p.m.
NAMI Faithnet
Registration required
845-238-2348


Mon., May 21
7 p.m.
NAMI Family Support Group
at ORMC
Conf. Room #7

No fee,
no registration


2018 NAMI National Convention
in New Orleans
June 27-30, 2018



 NAMI Presentations:

  -Ending the Silence

-In Our Own Voice

arranged by request

*Click on above
 links for details

 

Children/Adolescents

 

  • Text 4 Teens  845-391-1000
    Mental Health Association in Orange County Inc.'s anonymous text helpline.
    Provides teens with confidential text line for information, referral and support.
    Sponsored by Orange County Youth Bureau and OC Dept. of Mental Health
    Monday-Thursday 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
    Friday 4 p.m. - 12 a.m.

    Sat/Sun 5 p.m. - 12 a.m.
  • NAMI Launches Crisis Text Line Service Partnership
    Free support at your fingertips, 24/7
    Crisis Text Line serves anyone, in any type of crisis, providing access to free, 24/7 support and information via the medium people already use and trust: text.

    Here’s how it works:
    Text NAMI to 741741 from anywhere in the USA, anytime, about any type of crisis.
    A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds quickly.
    The volunteer Crisis Counselor will help you move from a hot moment to a cool moment

  • Mental Health Division of Children and Family Services

    The Orange County Department of Mental Health (OCDMH) through the Division of Children and Family Services is responsible for planning, development, and coordination of services for children with mental health issues and their families. This task involves cross-system collaboration with other county departments, schools, community agencies, parents/caregivers and youth.

  •  Family Ties

    a support group for parents and families with children/adolescents who have emotional, behavioral or social difficulties (including Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders.)
    Meets the second Wednesday of each month from 7-9 p.m. at MHA in Middletown. Call MHA at 845-342-2400 Ext. 1246 for more information

  • Autism Spectrum Fund
    Formed in 2004, Autism Move-a-thon of Orange County (AMOC) strives to support families who cope with Autism and related disorders. These families face their struggle often in isolation and at great personal hardship. AMOC aims to raise public awareness of Autism through seminars and media campaigns in Orange County. AMOC works to provide information and networks to help empower families and the community, so that we can better address the unique and troubling challenges of this health problem. AMOC also aims to raise understanding and tolerance in Orange County. We advocate for those people, often voiceless, who might act or look different, who should be respected, and loved for whom they (or we) are.

    Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc. administers annual  donation from AMOC for the Autism Spectrum Fund. Click here for Application Form

    Call Natasha Tomlins for more information 845-342-2400 ext. 1254
    • ok2talk.org

      Teens and young adults who live with mental illness can feel hopeless and alone. Many don’t know what’s wrong with them but feel like it’s their fault. Those who understand what is happening fear they can’t be helped. Because of the stigma attached to mental illness, it’s often hard for those suffering and their families and friends to talk about what they’re going through. But help is available, and it works.

      The goal of OK2TALK is to create a community for teens and young adults struggling with mental health problems and encourage them to talk about what they’re experiencing by sharing their personal stories of recovery, tragedy, struggle or hope. Anyone can add their voice by sharing creative content such as poetry, inspirational quotes, photos, videos, song lyrics and messages of support in a safe, moderated space. OK2TALK hopes this is the first step towards getting help and feeling better.

            *NAMI is one of the founding partners of OK2TALK.

    • You Are Not Alone (YANA)
      another NAMI website that is for folks who would like to tell their story to help inspire hope and break down stigma

             

             

             

             

               

               

               

               

                ·         Formed in 2004, Autism Move-a-thon in Orange County (AMOC) strives to support families who cope with Autism and related disorders. These families face their struggle often in isolation and at great personal hardship. AMOC aims to raise public awareness of Autism through seminars and media campaigns in Orange County. AMOC works to provide information and networks to help empower families and the community, so that we can better address the unique and troubling challenges of this health problem. AMOC also aims to raise understanding and tolerance in Orange County. We advocate for those people, often voiceless, who might act or look different, who should be respected, and loved for whom they (or we) are.

                Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc. administers annual donation from AMOC for the Autism Spectrum Fund. Click here for Application Form

                Call Natasha Tomlins for more information (845) 342-2400 ext. 254