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Connections Support Group
September 10, 2012
- Location -
Freedom House, 104 New Stateside Drive
Chapel Hill, NC US
NAMI Connection is a recovery support group program for adults living with mental illness which provides a place that offers respect, understanding, encouragement, and hope and offers a casual and relaxed approach to sharing the challenges and successes of coping with mental illness.

Each group:

•Is offered free of charge
•Follows a flexible structure without an educational format
•Does not recommend or endorse any medications or other medical therapies

All groups are confidential - participants can share as much or as little personal information as they wish.

Support groups are open to all adults with mental illness, regardless of diagnosis. Participants should feel welcome to drop by and share feelings, difficulties, or successes.

Everyone is a valued participant.

NAMI Connections Support Group is run by persons who live with mental illness for other persons with any diagnosis who also live with mental illness.

Orange County Connections group meets from 3:30-5:00pm every second Monday of the month at Freedom House located at 104 New Stateside Drive,Chapel Hill.

For further info, contact Leslie Matthews at or call Edward Wright at 919-942-4540.
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