Upcoming Events
 
Updates on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

NAMI-Warren County wants you to remain healthy, safe and calm during this season of a national health concerns. NAMI NJ has provided helpful tips and resources. 

       Have a safe, happy and blessed spring.

NAMI NJ  is  offering groups  

online, using the Zoom platform:

NAMI Family Support Group
Tuesdays at 12 p & Wednesdays at 7 p

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group
Wednesdays at 12 p & Wednesdays at 7 p

 NAMI Warren County  now offers

 

online support groups!!

All NAMI Warren County Family Support Meetings are currently only be held online.

NAMI Family Support Group

1st & 3rd Thursday of the month @ 7p

1st Saturday of the month @ 10a

NAMI Connection
1st Saturday of month @ 11:30a

To register for either support group email: namiwarrencouny@naminj.org

Ways to Avoid Headline Anxiety and to Cope with the News:

1. Avoid triggering topics in the news.

2. Limit your news consumption.

3. Be cognizant of your social media use.

4. Practice good stress management.

5. Understand that it is normal to be somewhat concerned by this.

 
Updates on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

NAMI-Warren County wants you to remain healthy, safe and calm during this season national health concerns. We will follow the guidelines recommended by NAMI NJ and the State of New Jersey.

How you can protect yourself and others from the spread of coronavirus or any other respiratory disease:

– Wash your hands, often and for at least 20 seconds (sing Happy Birthday!)

– Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

– Get your flu vaccine if you have not already.

– Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

– Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.

– Cover any cough or sneeze with a tissue then throw it in the trash or use the inside of your elbow.

– Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

– Make sure you have the kinds of foods, drinks, medication and pet supplies you would want if you needed to stay home and limit your contact with other people for a couple of weeks.

Ways to Avoid Headline Anxiety and to Cope with the News:

1. Avoid triggering topics in the news.

2. Limit your news consumption.

3. Be cognizant of your social media use.

4. Practice good stress management.

5. Understand that it is normal to be somewhat concerned by this.

National Alliance on Mental Illness - Warren County, NJ

 

An All-Volunteer, Non-Profit Organization, dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness.

An Affiliate of NAMI-NJ and NAMI National
 

NAMI-Warren County NJ - Newsletter

Our April 2020 newsletter can be read here.

 Mental Health Community Events

All NAMI Warren County Family Support Meetings are canceled until further notice.

 

NAMI Warren County NJ provides information on how to navigate the challenges of having a family member who has a mental illness.  We do this through empathy and encouragement during healthy, confidential and purposeful discussions.  

1st Thursday of each month, 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM.
Family Guidance Center
492 Rt. 57 West, Washington, NJ.

 

1st Saturday of each month, 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM.
Oxford Second Presbyterian Church,
65 Washington Avenue, Oxford, NJ.
 

 NAMI ConnectionSupport Group Meetings are canceled until further notice.

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a free, peer-led support group for adults living with mental illness. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI-trained facilitators who've been there.

1st Saturday of each month 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM.
Oxford Second Presbyterian Church
65 Washington Avenue
Oxford, New Jersey 

 Advocacy

NAMI Released Engagement Report

The U.S. system of mental health care is failing to engage many people who seek help. 70% of all people who seek mental health care drop out after their first or second visit. The first moments of interaction between a service provider and a person seeking care for a mental health condition can set the tone and course of treatment. The same is true about interactions with others in the community; a person who has been told that people with mental illness are scary, weak or unable to care for themselves may not seek help or may avoid telling others the full extent of what they are experiencing.  

 

A fundamental shift in the culture of mental health care delivery is critical. Now is the time to act.

Managing a Mental Illiness Crisis

 

Facing a mental Illiness crisis is a difficult time for all involved.  There are often no easy solutions to the challenges that crisis can present.  NAMI has provides two resources as guidance for those who may find themselves is the midst of a mental illness crisis.  The first is an Inforgraphic  design for family members and loved ones who may face and crisis.

The second is a resource guide for those facing a mental health emergency

Gaps In Mental Health Care
Play Out In Emergency Rooms

Psychiatric patients have longer ER stays than patients with physical problems, research shows, and have trouble finding inpatient care and follow-up treatment. Kids can be among the hardest hit.

NAMI Warren County

Leaders inviterllenges you to join us in supporting NAMI-Walks NJ 

Contribute to NAMI-Warren County's

efforts as we seek to help others.

Every year over 1,500 people come together to celebrate recovery, raise awareness, fight stigma and discrimination. NAMI NJ and its affiliates help serve thousands of  New Jersey citizens impacted by mental illness each year. The funds raised at the Walk allow free support, education, and outreach programs to the families & individuals with lived experience of mental illness throughout the state of New Jersey.

On September 26, 2020, NAMIWalks New Jersey held its a virtual experience and joined by thousands across the state.  

NAMI Warren County NJ  held its walk at Bread Lock Park.

You can still support NAMI Warren County this your donation at the NAMWALKS website.

NAMI Walk Team Warren County. 

NAMI - Warren County, NJ

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

An Affiliate of NAMI NJ and

NAMI National

NAMI Warren County (NJ) is a legal entity separate and distinct from NAMI Inc. 

 

Mailing Address:

201 Strykers Road, Suite 19 #224
Phillipsburg, NJ  08865

Call Us:
908.619.9619

24 Hour Crisis Line

908-454-5141

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