NAMI provides support groups for both people with mental illness and their loved ones. We offer four different support groups on one night in one place so your entire family can attend. The groups cover all ages and all brain disorder diagnoses. No matter if you area teen diagnosed with bipolar or an adult with a child diagnosed with schizophrenia, we have a support group for you. The groups are facilitated by knowledgeable NAMI members in a safe and confidential atmosphere.
- Adult Support Group (adults with brain disorders regardless of a specific diagnosis). They meet on the 1st and 3rd Wed of the month.
- Adult Loved Ones (adults who have a loved one with a brain disorder). They meet only on the 3rd Wed of the month.
St. Clare’s Episcopal Church/Temple Beth Emeth, 2309 Packard, Ann Arbor.
A reminder for U-M students to join us on Tuesday, October 28 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in Room MH 1359, Mason Hall for a presentation on “Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Sleep, Exercise, Nutrition & Mood,” followed by a facilitated support group session:
Drop-In Campus Mind Works Groups
Pizza will be served!
These FREE education/support groups are a service of the U-M Depression Center in collaboration with the College of Engineering and the Newnan Academic Advising Center. The workshops are run by clinical staff from the U-M Department of Psychiatry. No pre-registration is required.
Please forward this message to other students who may have an interest in this topic.
Please join us for:
- Presentation and Q & A focusing on topics which impact student mental health.
- Facilitated support group session to:
- discuss challenges faced when coping with depression, anxiety, and mood swings
- share successful coping strategies
- connect with other students who may have similar experiences.
5:30-7:00, 4th Tuesday of every month
October through April
Room MH 1359, Mason Hall, Central Campus
5:30-7:00, 2nd Tuesday of every month
October through April
Room 151, Chrysler Center, North Campus
For a complete listing of group dates, locations, and topics, please visit campusmindworks.org
The Campus Mind Works Groups are designed for education and support purposes only, and are not intended to be a substitute for medical or mental health treatment.
For a list of other meetings and support groups, click on the link below: