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NAMI Gwinnett holds structured support meetings called NAMI Connections each Tuesday in Lawrenceville at 7:30 for consumers (those with a diagnosis) and a separate support meeting at each location for family members and friends.  

NAMI Gwinnett holds monthly membership meetings on the first Tuesday of every month, unless otherwise announced, at 6:30pm in the fellowship hall of Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church. We start with a social time that includes dinner before the meeting begins at 7:00.

Our monthly meetings feature guest speakers who discuss with the group a variety of relevant topics, some of which have included suicide prevention, rehabilitation, and will/estate planning. There are also opportunities to meet in small groups for support and encouragement.

All Meeting are held at:

Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church

800 Lawrenceville Hwy NW (US Highway29)

Lawrenceville, Ga. 30046


Directions to our Lawrenceville meetings from the intersection of I-285 and I-85:

Go north towards Gainesville on I–85 to Sugarloaf Parkway.   Exit right or east and go to highway US29.  Turn left towards Lawrenceville on US 29 and the church will be found on the right side of the highway 3.8 miles north of the intersection of US 29 and Sugarloaf.  The church is 1.8 miles south of the intersection of US 29 and GA 120 in down town Lawrenceville.


For additional information on any NAMI Gwinnett meeting or activity, call 678.982.5354


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