NAMI SC Training at White Oak
If you have benefited from a NAMI program and are ready, willing, and able to give back to others through NAMI, we need you!
NAMI South Carolina’s biannual training for program leaders and support group facilitators will be in November, 2013 at the White Oak Conference Center in Winnsboro. Each potential trainee will be interviewed to gauge whether they are prepared to complete the training course. Please contact Mandy Medlock at 803-206-2916 or at email@example.com
Why is support important?
Feelings of isolation can be immobilizing. Support can give relief from isolation while giving the opportunity to not only associate within a group, but possibly form meaningful, lasting, individual friendships.
Sharing experiences can lead to increased self-awareness, self-esteem and self confidence.
Groups provide great opportunities for learning new strategies and options for dealing with the day-to-day rigors of living with any mental illness.
Support can keep us focused on the here and now, while moving us forward with our recovery.
NAMI Mid-Carolina offers NAMI Connection support groups and Family support groups
Peer led support group for people with a mental illness.
Mondays at 6:00 pm, St. Stephens Lutheran Church, 119 N Church St., Lexington, SC
Tuesdays at 6:00 pm (except for the second Tuesday of each month), Trenholm Road United Methodist Church
Wednesdays at 3:00 pm, Dorn VA Hospital, Building 106, Room A-237
Thursdays at 6:00 pm, Trenholm Road United Methodist Church
Thursdays at 6:00 pm, Redeemer Lutheran Church, 525 St. Andrews Rd, Columbia, SC 29210
Family Support Group
Peer led support group for families/friends of someone with a mental illness
Mondays at 6 pm (except for the second Monday of each month), St. Stephens Lutheran Church, 119 N Church St., Lexington, SC
Tuesdays at 6 pm (except for second Tuesday of each month), Trenholm Road United Methodist Church
Thursdays at 6:00 pm (except for second Thursday of each month), Redeemer Lutheran Church