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Support

NAMI Gwinnett holds structured support meetings called NAMI Connection for consumers (those with a mental illness) and Family support for family and friends (those caring for or who know someone with a mental illness) each Tuesday in Lawrenceville at 7:30 pm and NAMI Connection each Wednesday in Norcross at 7:30 pm and coming soon to Lawrenceville is

Adolescent Support Groups

for ages 11-19 a first for Georgia   

NAMI Gwinnett holds monthly education 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 at 6:30pm that may include snacks, or a meal (this varies month to month) before the meeting begins

Our monthly education meetings feature guest speakers who discuss with the group a variety of relevant topics

The Lawrenceville Meetings are held at:

Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church

800 Lawrenceville Hwy NW (US Highway29)

Lawrenceville, Ga. 30046

 

The Norcross Meeting is held at:

Lakeview Behavioral Health

1 Technology Parkway South

Norcross, GA 30092

for more information on the Norcross meeting contact Laurie Sikes at 678-538-8250

       

 

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

 


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