Who We Are
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) for Livingston/McLean Counties is a self-help, nonprofit organization which serves the central Illinois region. An affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness dedicated to improving the quality of life for persons with neuro biological brain disorders.
Our purpose is to improve the lives of persons with mental illness and their families through awareness, education, support and advocacy.
Our Membership consists of family members, friends, professionals, and individuals recovering from a mental illness.
SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, September 27th will be the date of our annual NAMI Walk/5K Run at White Oak Park. In case of inclement weather we will walk/run at the track on Heartland Community College, 1500 West Raab Road, Normal at the FRC (Fitness and Recreation Center) building.
8:45 am for runner registration/check-in. 10 am for walker registration/check-in.
**GO ONLINE TO REGISTER TO PARTICIPATE FOR THE NAMI WALK AT:
Meetings in the Bloomington area:
NAMI Family Support Group
NAMI Family Support group is Saturday, August 23, 2014 from 1:00-2:00pm at Morningstar United Methodist Church, 3714 Fort Jesse Rd, Normal, IL 61761
NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group
NAMI Connection Recovery Support group will meet from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at Morningstar United Methodist Church, 3714 Fort Jesse Road, Normal, IL 61761. For more information call 309-287-9913.
Meetings in the Pontiac area:
Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of each month at First United Methodist Church,
219 N Chicago Street, Pontiac, IL at 7 p.m. Contact: John or Bonnie 815-842-1514 or Laura at 815-844-7392
NAMI DeWitt County
Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month at the Human Resource Center (HRC), 1150 Illinois 54, Clinton, IL 61727
Just need to talk??
In a non-emergency situation, if you would like to talk to someone that has experienced a similar diagnosis in themselves or a family member, please feel free to contact us at (309) 287-9913 by 8:00 p.m.
What is mental illness: Mental illness facts