Local Resources

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NAMI in Prince George's County
NAMI is a widely known organization dedicated to helping those with mental illness through education, support, advocacy, and more
  • There are many opportunities to get involved with this organization, especially if you are seeking help for youself or a loved one
  • Want to contact NAMI?
    • ​Email: nami.pgcmd1@gmail.com
    • Phone number: (301) 429-0970
    • Website: www.namipgc.org ​​

There are multiple programs run by NAMI in PG County, check them out

NAMI Connection
  • This is a recovery support group for adults with mental illness
  • Each week there are free meetings held for 90 minutes
  • Want to learn more? Click here
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NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led group dedicated to
  • Providing support for family members of those living with mental illness 
  • Meets monthly or weekly free of charge
  • If  you want to get additional information or support,  click here
  • ​​Education



NAMI Family-to-Family
  • ​If you're a family member or caregiver of an individual living with mental illness and could benefit from taking this course, click here
  • The main curriculum focuses are:
    • ​Schizphrenia
    • Bipolar Disorder
    • Major Depressive Disorder
    • Panic disorder
    • Social Anxiety Disorder
    • Obssesive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
    • Borderline personality Disorder
    • Seasonal Affective Disorder
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • The course is taught by NAMI-trained family members
  • ​Free twelve week course designated for family or caregivers of those living with mental illness
  • ​Each session is 2.5 hours long
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​​​The Mental Health Association of Maryland
MHAMD is a non-profit citizen's organization dedicated
to bringing all  members  of the  Maryland   community
into action  for all  aspects of mental health and mental
illness
  • Offers the latest mental health research 
  • Provides education and training to the community
  • Learn more about what this great organization has to offer by clicking here