NAMI Family Support Groups are free, confidential and safe groups of families helping other families who live with mental health challenges by utilizing their collective lived experiences and learned group wisdom.
By sharing your experiences in a safe and confidential setting, you gain hope and develop supportive relationships. This group allows your voice to be heard, and provides an opportunity for your personal needs to be met. It encourages empathy, productive discussion and a sense of community. You'll benefit through other’s experiences, discover your inner strength and learn now to identify local resources and how to use them. For more information call 405-408-0886.
- EDMOND FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP -
This support group is a small, intimate group with member numbers ranging from 3-10. We would love to see this group grow a little. We meet just inside the front doors of the church either to the left or the right. When we started this group, we were waiting for people to show up and were sitting in these big comfy chairs and we all decided to just stay there!! There is not a lot of foot traffic around us so we really do have the privacy that we want. You are invited to become part of our group, especially if you are wanting more time to talk and share. Our regular members have become quite fond of each other and we welcome more “friends” to join us!
1st & 3rd Mondays
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,
308 NW 164th St., Edmond
Ken and Eileen Morefield
and Kim Roach
NAMI Connections Recovery Support
2:30 - 4:00 p.m. Tuesdays
All Souls Episcopal Church
6400 Pennsylvania Ave
Enter from 63rd St - east side of Church
More info? - contact Nadine Lewis 405-420-4433
- Faithnet Family Support -
This group is open to anyone who has a loved one dealing with a mental illness. The group is very small, so there is plenty of time to share needs and to pray specifically for the loved one and for the caring family or friends. Church membership is not necessary. The group meets in room number 1305. It is downstairs close to the receptionist desk. Learn more at qsbc.org/connect/supportgroups
1st & 3rd Wednesdays,
Quail Springs Baptist Church,
14613 N. May, OKC
- Caring Families at Crossings -
Our Crossings Caring Families support group been meeting for over a decade every Monday night. Anyone who loves someone with a mental illness is welcome. Attendance averages between 10 and 20 people at various emotional stages ranging from dealing with the crisis, learning to cope, and ready to advocate.
Finding our classroom: Start by entering on the east side (around back from Portland). From the door, greeters will help you find your way. The large open area is referred to as the atrium. This is where you will find dinner. Look for the staircase or elevator to take you to the second floor. Another greeter will be at the top of the stairs to help you find room 239.
The Crossings group meets every Monday except for the occasional conflict with a holiday or in case of inclement weather. Check the church website for closures.
Crossings Community Church, 14600 N Portland, OKC
About Crossings Care Series:
Pizza and Salad Bar
DBSA meets next door
More information about the Care Series at: https://crossings.church/lifecare/#careseries