Elaine is President and founder of NAMI-Warren County, NJ. She works full-time as a researcher for a Fortune 500 company. Elaine is recognized as a statewide advocate for those with mental illness and their families. She is also Chairperson of the Warren County Mental Health Board.
Juliet M Hyndman
Juliet is NAMI-Warren's 1st Vice President. She is a homemaker with a passion for educating her community regarding mental illness, as well as addressing policy issues that affect the quality of life and treatment of individuals with mental illness.
Arnold G Hyndman
A professor at Rutgers University, Arnold is NAMI-Warren's Treasurer. His desire is to see the advocacy work of NAMI Warren County NJ lead to greater community support and understanding for those who live with mental illness.
Active in her church and community. Michelle is NAMI Warren County NJ's 2nd Vice President. She provides active support for our educational and community programs.
Dominga appreciates the honor and privilege to serve as NAMI-Warren's Secretary. She is a loving mother and wife who is able to love her family unconditionally because of NAMI’s programs.
Dominga is a certified NAMI Family Support Group facilitator, and as a NAMI NJ State Trainer for Family Support Group Facilitation. She has trained and certified 30 NAMI Family Support Group facilitators in 2017 - 2018. Dominga is also a certified NAMI Family-to-Family teacher and a member of Warren County's Stigma Free Coalition.
NAMI-Warren County, New Jersey is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. Through education, support, advocacy and public awareness programs, NAMI-Warren County NJ fosters understanding about mental illness, confronts the stigma often associated with mental disorders and advocates for policies that benefit those affected by mental illness as well as their families.
NAMI-Warren NJ operates through the efforts of its volunteer members, led by an Executive Committee.
NAMI-Warren County NJ exists to provide information, social and emotional support, and a community of understanding peers. We also aim to foster public education and awareness through partnerships and advocacy work.
In addition to our advocacy efforts, NAMI-Warren County NJfacilitates a series of peer-run education and support programs for a wide range of affected individuals.
NAMI-Warren County NJ Officers and other members of the Executive Committee are available to speak to community groups, organziations. schools and churches wishing to be informed about mental illness issues in our community.