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Group de Apoyo Familiar - Sonoma

Los Grupos de Apoyo Familiar de NAMI son un recurso importante para los familiares y amigos de las personas que tienen un ser querido viviendo con una condición mental. El aprender que otra gente han podido sobrepasar los problemas que una condición mental puede traer, es algo que puede inspirar una nueva esperanza para las personas quienes atienden al grupo. Venga a recibir apoyo e importantes referencias en su comunidad.

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Date: April 7, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Warmline Walk-in - Sonoma

If you or someone one you love are experiencing a mental health challenge you are not alone. If you are looking for resources, support, or just a listening ear, reach out to one of our trained Warmline Allies the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month between 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. We are here to help and support all of those affected by mental illness.

Please feel free to Drop in or set up An appointment.

For more information call Luis Avila Cruz at (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

 

Si usted o su ser querido esta viviendo con una dificultad de la salud mental, usted no esta solo/a. Si esta buscando recursos, apoyo, ó solo alguien con quien hablas, consiga apoyo con uno de nuestros aliados entrenados en Warmline. Nosotros estamos en Sonoma el 1er y 3er Viernes de cada mes de 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Estamos aquí para ayudar y apoyar a todas las personas afectadas por una condición mental.

Usted puede llegar sin necesidad de una city  ó sientase libre de hacer una cita!

Para mas información  llame a Luis Avila Cruz al (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

Date: April 7, 2017

Address:
La Luz Bilingual Center
17560 Greger St
Sonoma, CA
95476
United States Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Tea Time

Visit our office and hear about NAMI's most recent work, while meeting up with other friendly members of our community. For more information please call the NAMI Sonoma County office at (707) 527-6655.

Date: May 3, 2017

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Group de Apoyo Familiar - Sonoma

Los Grupos de Apoyo Familiar de NAMI son un recurso importante para los familiares y amigos de las personas que tienen un ser querido viviendo con una condición mental. El aprender que otra gente han podido sobrepasar los problemas que una condición mental puede traer, es algo que puede inspirar una nueva esperanza para las personas quienes atienden al grupo. Venga a recibir apoyo e importantes referencias en su comunidad.

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Date: May 5, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Warmline Walk-in - Sonoma

If you or someone one you love are experiencing a mental health challenge you are not alone. If you are looking for resources, support, or just a listening ear, reach out to one of our trained Warmline Allies the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month between 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. We are here to help and support all of those affected by mental illness.

Please feel free to Drop in or set up An appointment.

For more information call Luis Avila Cruz at (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

 

Si usted o su ser querido esta viviendo con una dificultad de la salud mental, usted no esta solo/a. Si esta buscando recursos, apoyo, ó solo alguien con quien hablas, consiga apoyo con uno de nuestros aliados entrenados en Warmline. Nosotros estamos en Sonoma el 1er y 3er Viernes de cada mes de 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Estamos aquí para ayudar y apoyar a todas las personas afectadas por una condición mental.

Usted puede llegar sin necesidad de una city  ó sientase libre de hacer una cita!

Para mas información  llame a Luis Avila Cruz al (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

Date: May 5, 2017

Address:
La Luz Bilingual Center
17560 Greger St
Sonoma, CA
95476
United States Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Tea Time

Visit our office and hear about NAMI's most recent work, while meeting up with other friendly members of our community. For more information please call the NAMI Sonoma County office at (707) 527-6655.

Date: May 10, 2017

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Grupo De Apoyo Familiar-Roseland

Un recurso gratis para familias que tienen un querido que vive con los retos de una enfermedad mental. Registro no es necesario. Para obtener más información, pongase en contacto con nuestro Program Coordinator, Luis Avila Cruz al 707-527-6655 x4

Date: May 12, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Tea Time

Visit our office and hear about NAMI's most recent work, while meeting up with other friendly members of our community. For more information please call the NAMI Sonoma County office at (707) 527-6655.

Date: May 17, 2017

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Group de Apoyo Familiar - Sonoma

Los Grupos de Apoyo Familiar de NAMI son un recurso importante para los familiares y amigos de las personas que tienen un ser querido viviendo con una condición mental. El aprender que otra gente han podido sobrepasar los problemas que una condición mental puede traer, es algo que puede inspirar una nueva esperanza para las personas quienes atienden al grupo. Venga a recibir apoyo e importantes referencias en su comunidad.

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Date: May 19, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Warmline Walk-in - Sonoma

If you or someone one you love are experiencing a mental health challenge you are not alone. If you are looking for resources, support, or just a listening ear, reach out to one of our trained Warmline Allies the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month between 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. We are here to help and support all of those affected by mental illness.

Please feel free to Drop in or set up An appointment.

For more information call Luis Avila Cruz at (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

 

Si usted o su ser querido esta viviendo con una dificultad de la salud mental, usted no esta solo/a. Si esta buscando recursos, apoyo, ó solo alguien con quien hablas, consiga apoyo con uno de nuestros aliados entrenados en Warmline. Nosotros estamos en Sonoma el 1er y 3er Viernes de cada mes de 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Estamos aquí para ayudar y apoyar a todas las personas afectadas por una condición mental.

Usted puede llegar sin necesidad de una city  ó sientase libre de hacer una cita!

Para mas información  llame a Luis Avila Cruz al (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

Date: May 19, 2017

Address:
La Luz Bilingual Center
17560 Greger St
Sonoma, CA
95476
United States Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Tea Time

Visit our office and hear about NAMI's most recent work, while meeting up with other friendly members of our community. For more information please call the NAMI Sonoma County office at (707) 527-6655.

Date: May 24, 2017

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

NAMI Sonoma County Walking Group

Self-care should be a daily activity that supports our mental well being. NAMI Sonoma County Invites you to join us to practice a healthy way to promote self-care through a moderate walk as a group.

TO RSVP Email Whitney Rodgers at wrodgers@namisoco.org

 

**** Please note there is a minimum of 2 attendees for the walk to take place ****

 

Date: May 26, 2017

Address:
Howarth Park (Gazebo)
630 Summerfield Rd
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Tea Time

Visit our office and hear about NAMI's most recent work, while meeting up with other friendly members of our community. For more information please call the NAMI Sonoma County office at (707) 527-6655.

Date: May 31, 2017

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Group de Apoyo Familiar - Sonoma

Los Grupos de Apoyo Familiar de NAMI son un recurso importante para los familiares y amigos de las personas que tienen un ser querido viviendo con una condición mental. El aprender que otra gente han podido sobrepasar los problemas que una condición mental puede traer, es algo que puede inspirar una nueva esperanza para las personas quienes atienden al grupo. Venga a recibir apoyo e importantes referencias en su comunidad.

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Date: June 2, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Warmline Walk-in - Sonoma

If you or someone one you love are experiencing a mental health challenge you are not alone. If you are looking for resources, support, or just a listening ear, reach out to one of our trained Warmline Allies the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month between 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. We are here to help and support all of those affected by mental illness.

Please feel free to Drop in or set up An appointment.

For more information call Luis Avila Cruz at (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

 

Si usted o su ser querido esta viviendo con una dificultad de la salud mental, usted no esta solo/a. Si esta buscando recursos, apoyo, ó solo alguien con quien hablas, consiga apoyo con uno de nuestros aliados entrenados en Warmline. Nosotros estamos en Sonoma el 1er y 3er Viernes de cada mes de 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Estamos aquí para ayudar y apoyar a todas las personas afectadas por una condición mental.

Usted puede llegar sin necesidad de una city  ó sientase libre de hacer una cita!

Para mas información  llame a Luis Avila Cruz al (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

Date: June 2, 2017

Address:
La Luz Bilingual Center
17560 Greger St
Sonoma, CA
95476
United States Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Grupo De Apoyo Familiar-Roseland

Un recurso gratis para familias que tienen un querido que vive con los retos de una enfermedad mental. Registro no es necesario. Para obtener más información, pongase en contacto con nuestro Program Coordinator, Luis Avila Cruz al 707-527-6655 x4

Date: June 9, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Group de Apoyo Familiar - Sonoma

Los Grupos de Apoyo Familiar de NAMI son un recurso importante para los familiares y amigos de las personas que tienen un ser querido viviendo con una condición mental. El aprender que otra gente han podido sobrepasar los problemas que una condición mental puede traer, es algo que puede inspirar una nueva esperanza para las personas quienes atienden al grupo. Venga a recibir apoyo e importantes referencias en su comunidad.

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Date: June 16, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Warmline Walk-in - Sonoma

If you or someone one you love are experiencing a mental health challenge you are not alone. If you are looking for resources, support, or just a listening ear, reach out to one of our trained Warmline Allies the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month between 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. We are here to help and support all of those affected by mental illness.

Please feel free to Drop in or set up An appointment.

For more information call Luis Avila Cruz at (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

 

Si usted o su ser querido esta viviendo con una dificultad de la salud mental, usted no esta solo/a. Si esta buscando recursos, apoyo, ó solo alguien con quien hablas, consiga apoyo con uno de nuestros aliados entrenados en Warmline. Nosotros estamos en Sonoma el 1er y 3er Viernes de cada mes de 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Estamos aquí para ayudar y apoyar a todas las personas afectadas por una condición mental.

Usted puede llegar sin necesidad de una city  ó sientase libre de hacer una cita!

Para mas información  llame a Luis Avila Cruz al (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

Date: June 16, 2017

Address:
La Luz Bilingual Center
17560 Greger St
Sonoma, CA
95476
United States Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

NAMI Sonoma County Walking Group

Self-care should be a daily activity that supports our mental well being. NAMI Sonoma County Invites you to join us to practice a healthy way to promote self-care through a moderate walk as a group.

TO RSVP Email Whitney Rodgers at wrodgers@namisoco.org

 

**** Please note there is a minimum of 2 attendees for the walk to take place ****

 

Date: June 23, 2017

Address:
Howarth Park (Gazebo)
630 Summerfield Rd
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Group de Apoyo Familiar - Sonoma

Los Grupos de Apoyo Familiar de NAMI son un recurso importante para los familiares y amigos de las personas que tienen un ser querido viviendo con una condición mental. El aprender que otra gente han podido sobrepasar los problemas que una condición mental puede traer, es algo que puede inspirar una nueva esperanza para las personas quienes atienden al grupo. Venga a recibir apoyo e importantes referencias en su comunidad.

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Date: July 7, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Warmline Walk-in - Sonoma

If you or someone one you love are experiencing a mental health challenge you are not alone. If you are looking for resources, support, or just a listening ear, reach out to one of our trained Warmline Allies the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month between 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. We are here to help and support all of those affected by mental illness.

Please feel free to Drop in or set up An appointment.

For more information call Luis Avila Cruz at (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

 

Si usted o su ser querido esta viviendo con una dificultad de la salud mental, usted no esta solo/a. Si esta buscando recursos, apoyo, ó solo alguien con quien hablas, consiga apoyo con uno de nuestros aliados entrenados en Warmline. Nosotros estamos en Sonoma el 1er y 3er Viernes de cada mes de 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Estamos aquí para ayudar y apoyar a todas las personas afectadas por una condición mental.

Usted puede llegar sin necesidad de una city  ó sientase libre de hacer una cita!

Para mas información  llame a Luis Avila Cruz al (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

Date: July 7, 2017

Address:
La Luz Bilingual Center
17560 Greger St
Sonoma, CA
95476
United States Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Grupo De Apoyo Familiar-Roseland

Un recurso gratis para familias que tienen un querido que vive con los retos de una enfermedad mental. Registro no es necesario. Para obtener más información, pongase en contacto con nuestro Program Coordinator, Luis Avila Cruz al 707-527-6655 x4

Date: July 14, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Group de Apoyo Familiar - Sonoma

Los Grupos de Apoyo Familiar de NAMI son un recurso importante para los familiares y amigos de las personas que tienen un ser querido viviendo con una condición mental. El aprender que otra gente han podido sobrepasar los problemas que una condición mental puede traer, es algo que puede inspirar una nueva esperanza para las personas quienes atienden al grupo. Venga a recibir apoyo e importantes referencias en su comunidad.

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Date: July 21, 2017

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Warmline Walk-in - Sonoma

If you or someone one you love are experiencing a mental health challenge you are not alone. If you are looking for resources, support, or just a listening ear, reach out to one of our trained Warmline Allies the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month between 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. We are here to help and support all of those affected by mental illness.

Please feel free to Drop in or set up An appointment.

For more information call Luis Avila Cruz at (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

 

Si usted o su ser querido esta viviendo con una dificultad de la salud mental, usted no esta solo/a. Si esta buscando recursos, apoyo, ó solo alguien con quien hablas, consiga apoyo con uno de nuestros aliados entrenados en Warmline. Nosotros estamos en Sonoma el 1er y 3er Viernes de cada mes de 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Estamos aquí para ayudar y apoyar a todas las personas afectadas por una condición mental.

Usted puede llegar sin necesidad de una city  ó sientase libre de hacer una cita!

Para mas información  llame a Luis Avila Cruz al (707) 527-6655 Ext. 4

Date: July 21, 2017

Address:
La Luz Bilingual Center
17560 Greger St
Sonoma, CA
95476
United States Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Family Support Group

NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.

 

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: September 21, 2019

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Family Support Group

NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.

 

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: October 19, 2019

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Family Support Group

NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.

 

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: November 16, 2019

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI/SRJC Mind-Body-Medicine Skills Group - Closed Group

Group led by Angela Davis & Susan Dunn, MA

This is an 8-week Mind-Body Skills Group beginning on November 8, 2019 and running through January 31, 2020. There is no class on December 27, 2019.

TO REGISTER:  Email Angela Davis at adavis@srjc.edu

What are the principles of Mind-Body Medicine Skills Groups?

While biologically we have a bias towards the “negative/survival” aspects of life, we are also hardwired for connection, safety, and love.  Experiences of safety, nurturance and empowerment help regulate our physiological systems towards rest and recovery.

Groups offer a safe place for participants to learn self-care practices to overcome these negative aspects of life. Within a caring community and with structure and support, we can discover our own resiliency.  These principles truly work!

How might this group help me?

The challenges of life push us out of the comfort zone, especially following a trauma.  Predictably, we can all use help managing stress, understanding emotions, and making good decisions.  Mind-body medicine skills help with all of these things.  Based on solid medical evidence, mind-body medicine produces the following results: 

  • Effectively counters toxic stress physiology
  • Encourages and supports mindfulness in everyday life
  • Teaches and encourages mature coping strategies
  • More resiliency, immune system functioning, cardiovascular health
  • Better endocrine function and digestion
  • Less pain and inflammation
  • Increased mental health and problem-solving ability
  • More fun and joy!

What kinds of things will I learn in the group?

Mind-body skills include meditation, movement, writing, biofeedback, drawing, and group support (don’t worry, there is no concern for artistic ability – everything is done for the experiential value only!)   Sharing is completely voluntary and nobody is required to do anything. Atmosphere is definitely relaxed and accepting. The most important things you will learn will be about yourself, how you are responding in your life, your relationships, and what matters most to you. 

What will the group be like each week?

 Each week follows the same identical structure, with a different mind/body skill taught and practiced.  In the first group we will establish basic ground rules. 

How big is the group?

Group size is between 8-10 participants, the same participants for the entire time (no drop ins). 

Santa Rosa Junior College

1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa
CA
95401
United States

Date: January 17, 2020

Address:
Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA
95401
United States Map and Directions

NAMI/SRJC Mind-Body-Medicine Skills Group - Closed Group

Group led by Angela Davis & Susan Dunn, MA

This is an 8-week Mind-Body Skills Group beginning on November 8, 2019 and running through January 31, 2020. There is no class on December 27, 2019.

TO REGISTER:  Email Angela Davis at adavis@srjc.edu

What are the principles of Mind-Body Medicine Skills Groups?

While biologically we have a bias towards the “negative/survival” aspects of life, we are also hardwired for connection, safety, and love.  Experiences of safety, nurturance and empowerment help regulate our physiological systems towards rest and recovery.

Groups offer a safe place for participants to learn self-care practices to overcome these negative aspects of life. Within a caring community and with structure and support, we can discover our own resiliency.  These principles truly work!

How might this group help me?

The challenges of life push us out of the comfort zone, especially following a trauma.  Predictably, we can all use help managing stress, understanding emotions, and making good decisions.  Mind-body medicine skills help with all of these things.  Based on solid medical evidence, mind-body medicine produces the following results: 

  • Effectively counters toxic stress physiology
  • Encourages and supports mindfulness in everyday life
  • Teaches and encourages mature coping strategies
  • More resiliency, immune system functioning, cardiovascular health
  • Better endocrine function and digestion
  • Less pain and inflammation
  • Increased mental health and problem-solving ability
  • More fun and joy!

What kinds of things will I learn in the group?

Mind-body skills include meditation, movement, writing, biofeedback, drawing, and group support (don’t worry, there is no concern for artistic ability – everything is done for the experiential value only!)   Sharing is completely voluntary and nobody is required to do anything. Atmosphere is definitely relaxed and accepting. The most important things you will learn will be about yourself, how you are responding in your life, your relationships, and what matters most to you. 

What will the group be like each week?

 Each week follows the same identical structure, with a different mind/body skill taught and practiced.  In the first group we will establish basic ground rules. 

How big is the group?

Group size is between 8-10 participants, the same participants for the entire time (no drop ins). 

Santa Rosa Junior College

1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa
CA
95401
United States

Date: January 24, 2020

Address:
Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA
95401
United States Map and Directions

NAMI/SRJC Mind-Body-Medicine Skills Group - Closed Group

Group led by Angela Davis & Susan Dunn, MA

This is an 8-week Mind-Body Skills Group beginning on November 8, 2019 and running through January 31, 2020. There is no class on December 27, 2019.

TO REGISTER:  Email Angela Davis at adavis@srjc.edu

What are the principles of Mind-Body Medicine Skills Groups?

While biologically we have a bias towards the “negative/survival” aspects of life, we are also hardwired for connection, safety, and love.  Experiences of safety, nurturance and empowerment help regulate our physiological systems towards rest and recovery.

Groups offer a safe place for participants to learn self-care practices to overcome these negative aspects of life. Within a caring community and with structure and support, we can discover our own resiliency.  These principles truly work!

How might this group help me?

The challenges of life push us out of the comfort zone, especially following a trauma.  Predictably, we can all use help managing stress, understanding emotions, and making good decisions.  Mind-body medicine skills help with all of these things.  Based on solid medical evidence, mind-body medicine produces the following results: 

  • Effectively counters toxic stress physiology
  • Encourages and supports mindfulness in everyday life
  • Teaches and encourages mature coping strategies
  • More resiliency, immune system functioning, cardiovascular health
  • Better endocrine function and digestion
  • Less pain and inflammation
  • Increased mental health and problem-solving ability
  • More fun and joy!

What kinds of things will I learn in the group?

Mind-body skills include meditation, movement, writing, biofeedback, drawing, and group support (don’t worry, there is no concern for artistic ability – everything is done for the experiential value only!)   Sharing is completely voluntary and nobody is required to do anything. Atmosphere is definitely relaxed and accepting. The most important things you will learn will be about yourself, how you are responding in your life, your relationships, and what matters most to you. 

What will the group be like each week?

 Each week follows the same identical structure, with a different mind/body skill taught and practiced.  In the first group we will establish basic ground rules. 

How big is the group?

Group size is between 8-10 participants, the same participants for the entire time (no drop ins). 

Santa Rosa Junior College

1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa
CA
95401
United States

Date: January 31, 2020

Address:
Santa Rosa Junior College
1501 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA
95401
United States Map and Directions

NAMI Connection

Drop in to join this free peer-to-peer support group, led by a trained facilitator with lived experience. Confidential, this is a place to share experiences and concerns -- and to learn from one another.

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 2, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Connection - First United Methodist Church

Drop in to join this free peer-to-peer support group, led by a trained facilitator with lived experience. Confidential, this is a place to share experiences and concerns -- and to learn from one another.

First United Methodist Church

1551 Montgomery Drive
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Date: April 2, 2020

Address:
First United Methodist Church
1551 Montgomery Drive
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Family Support Group

NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 2, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Family Support Group (Saturdays)

NAMI Family Support Group is a free, peer-led drop-in support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances. This is a Saturday morning version of our Thursday afternoon group, and takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. No registration is necessary!

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 4, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Family-to-Family (Saturday Class)

NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 8 class education program for family members of adults living with mental illness.The course is designed to help all family members understand and support their loved one with mental illness while maintaining their own well-being. The course includes information on illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and other mental health conditions. Thousands of families describe the program as life-changing. The program is taught by trained teachers who are also family members and know what it is like to have a loved one living with mental illness.

For an overview of what you'll learn, visit our Family-to-Family page.

YOU MUST register in advance! In order to register, you need to call our Warmline at (866) 960-6264, email us at warmline@namisoco.org, or visit our office to request an application and learn more. You cannot register on this website (please ignore the "you cannot register at this time" message on the page).

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 4, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Wildfire Support Group - NAMI Sonoma County Office

This free weekly drop-in group will offer support and strategies for enhancing the mental health of anyone affected by the wildfires.  No pre-registration is necessary.

  • Learn to manage PTSD reactions from ongoing triggers
  • Gain social support from those going through the same experience
  • Solve problems, gain a sense of accomplishment and confidence
  • Protect physical and mental health from harmful effects of long-term stress
  • Enhance life satisfaction with positive social relationships and nurturing activities
  • Create a sense of purpose and hope from experiences of loss and suffering

This group will use “Skills for Psychological Recovery” (SPR), a program created by the Veteran’s Administration National Center for PTSD.

Facilitated by Susan Dunn, M.A. – NAMI Education and Support Services Manager

For more information, please email call/text NAMI Warmline at

866-960-6264 or email warmline@namisoco.org.

*Also available in the evening from 5:30PM-6:30PM @ Airport Health Club*

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 7, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Wildfire Support Group - Airport Health Club

This free weekly drop-in group will offer support and strategies for enhancing the mental health of anyone affected by the wildfires.  No pre-registration is necessary.

  • Learn to manage PTSD reactions from ongoing triggers
  • Gain social support from those going through the same experience
  • Solve problems, gain a sense of accomplishment and confidence
  • Protect physical and mental health from harmful effects of long-term stress
  • Enhance life satisfaction with positive social relationships and nurturing activities
  • Create a sense of purpose and hope from experiences of loss and suffering

This group will use “Skills for Psychological Recovery” (SPR), a program created by the Veteran’s Administration National Center for PTSD.

Facilitated by Susan Dunn, M.A. – NAMI Education and Support Services Manager

For more information, please email call/text NAMI Warmline at 866-960-6264 or email warmline@namisoco.org.

*Also offered at the NAMI Sonoma County office.

Airport Health Club

432 Aviation Blvd
Santa Rosa
CA
95403
Map and Directions

Date: April 7, 2020

Address:
Airport Health Club
432 Aviation Blvd
Santa Rosa, CA
95403 Map and Directions

NAMI Connection

Drop in to join this free peer-to-peer support group, led by a trained facilitator with lived experience. Confidential, this is a place to share experiences and concerns -- and to learn from one another.

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 9, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Connection - First United Methodist Church

Drop in to join this free peer-to-peer support group, led by a trained facilitator with lived experience. Confidential, this is a place to share experiences and concerns -- and to learn from one another.

First United Methodist Church

1551 Montgomery Drive
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Date: April 9, 2020

Address:
First United Methodist Church
1551 Montgomery Drive
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Family Support Group

NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 9, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Family-to-Family (Saturday Class)

NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 8 class education program for family members of adults living with mental illness.The course is designed to help all family members understand and support their loved one with mental illness while maintaining their own well-being. The course includes information on illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and other mental health conditions. Thousands of families describe the program as life-changing. The program is taught by trained teachers who are also family members and know what it is like to have a loved one living with mental illness.

For an overview of what you'll learn, visit our Family-to-Family page.

YOU MUST register in advance! In order to register, you need to call our Warmline at (866) 960-6264, email us at warmline@namisoco.org, or visit our office to request an application and learn more. You cannot register on this website (please ignore the "you cannot register at this time" message on the page).

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 11, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Wildfire Support Group - NAMI Sonoma County Office

This free weekly drop-in group will offer support and strategies for enhancing the mental health of anyone affected by the wildfires.  No pre-registration is necessary.

  • Learn to manage PTSD reactions from ongoing triggers
  • Gain social support from those going through the same experience
  • Solve problems, gain a sense of accomplishment and confidence
  • Protect physical and mental health from harmful effects of long-term stress
  • Enhance life satisfaction with positive social relationships and nurturing activities
  • Create a sense of purpose and hope from experiences of loss and suffering

This group will use “Skills for Psychological Recovery” (SPR), a program created by the Veteran’s Administration National Center for PTSD.

Facilitated by Susan Dunn, M.A. – NAMI Education and Support Services Manager

For more information, please email call/text NAMI Warmline at

866-960-6264 or email warmline@namisoco.org.

*Also available in the evening from 5:30PM-6:30PM @ Airport Health Club*

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 14, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Wildfire Support Group - Airport Health Club

This free weekly drop-in group will offer support and strategies for enhancing the mental health of anyone affected by the wildfires.  No pre-registration is necessary.

  • Learn to manage PTSD reactions from ongoing triggers
  • Gain social support from those going through the same experience
  • Solve problems, gain a sense of accomplishment and confidence
  • Protect physical and mental health from harmful effects of long-term stress
  • Enhance life satisfaction with positive social relationships and nurturing activities
  • Create a sense of purpose and hope from experiences of loss and suffering

This group will use “Skills for Psychological Recovery” (SPR), a program created by the Veteran’s Administration National Center for PTSD.

Facilitated by Susan Dunn, M.A. – NAMI Education and Support Services Manager

For more information, please email call/text NAMI Warmline at 866-960-6264 or email warmline@namisoco.org.

*Also offered at the NAMI Sonoma County office.

Airport Health Club

432 Aviation Blvd
Santa Rosa
CA
95403
Map and Directions

Date: April 14, 2020

Address:
Airport Health Club
432 Aviation Blvd
Santa Rosa, CA
95403 Map and Directions

NAMI Connection

Drop in to join this free peer-to-peer support group, led by a trained facilitator with lived experience. Confidential, this is a place to share experiences and concerns -- and to learn from one another.

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 16, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Connection - First United Methodist Church

Drop in to join this free peer-to-peer support group, led by a trained facilitator with lived experience. Confidential, this is a place to share experiences and concerns -- and to learn from one another.

First United Methodist Church

1551 Montgomery Drive
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Date: April 16, 2020

Address:
First United Methodist Church
1551 Montgomery Drive
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Family Support Group

NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 16, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Family Support Group (Saturdays)

NAMI Family Support Group is a free, peer-led drop-in support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances. This is a Saturday morning version of our Thursday afternoon group, and takes place on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. No registration is necessary!

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 18, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

NAMI Family-to-Family (Saturday Class)

NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 8 class education program for family members of adults living with mental illness.The course is designed to help all family members understand and support their loved one with mental illness while maintaining their own well-being. The course includes information on illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and other mental health conditions. Thousands of families describe the program as life-changing. The program is taught by trained teachers who are also family members and know what it is like to have a loved one living with mental illness.

For an overview of what you'll learn, visit our Family-to-Family page.

YOU MUST register in advance! In order to register, you need to call our Warmline at (866) 960-6264, email us at warmline@namisoco.org, or visit our office to request an application and learn more. You cannot register on this website (please ignore the "you cannot register at this time" message on the page).

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 18, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

Wildfire Support Group - NAMI Sonoma County Office

This free weekly drop-in group will offer support and strategies for enhancing the mental health of anyone affected by the wildfires.  No pre-registration is necessary.

  • Learn to manage PTSD reactions from ongoing triggers
  • Gain social support from those going through the same experience
  • Solve problems, gain a sense of accomplishment and confidence
  • Protect physical and mental health from harmful effects of long-term stress
  • Enhance life satisfaction with positive social relationships and nurturing activities
  • Create a sense of purpose and hope from experiences of loss and suffering

This group will use “Skills for Psychological Recovery” (SPR), a program created by the Veteran’s Administration National Center for PTSD.

Facilitated by Susan Dunn, M.A. – NAMI Education and Support Services Manager

For more information, please email call/text NAMI Warmline at

866-960-6264 or email warmline@namisoco.org.

*Also available in the evening from 5:30PM-6:30PM @ Airport Health Club*

NAMI Sonoma County office

182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa
CA
95405
Map and Directions

Contact: info@namisoco.org
Phone: 707-527-6655

Date: April 21, 2020

Address:
NAMI Sonoma County office
182 Farmers Lane #202
Santa Rosa, CA
95405 Map and Directions

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