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NAMI is the nations largest grassroots mental health advocacy organization. We started in Virginia in 1979, and NAMI Billings started in Billings in 1995. We work to educate, support and advocate for all those affected by mental illness in our community. We offer services for families, teens, and adults living with mental illness.
NAMI Billings offers variety of services. We have weekly support groups for families and persons with mental illness. We offer educational opportunities for teachers, families, caregivers, service providers and those with mental illness. There is also an opportunity to see our community presentations including: Ending the Silence and In Our Own Voice.
NAMI Connection – Person with a diagnosis of mental illness
Billings–Meets weekly: Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. at 3333 2nd Ave N, Ste 150.
Family Support Group – All Family and Caregivers affected by mental illness
Meets weekly: Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. at 3333 2nd Ave N, Ste 150.
NAMI Teen Connection – For Teenage Youth
Meets every other Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. at 3333 2nd Ave N, Ste 150 (Call or use contact us tab for more information)
The Connection support group is the only 1.5 hours I feel normal each week!Sarah
After Family-to-Family I can tell my daughter that things can get better and there is hope–and mean it.C.J.
NAMI actually saved my life.Julie
NAMI Billings gave me hope when I felt hopeless and the training to help others find acceptance and hope.Angie