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We are parents, children, spouses, brothers and sisters, and friends of people with serious mental illness; as well as those persons themselves. We share one another's pain and we share one another's hope. We are working to build a better tomorrow for our loved ones and for ourselves.

Members help each other cope, and get through hard times. They share information and experiences with local services and professionals. A warm circle of friends offers support and hope.

The NAMI Baton Rouge Support Groups:

Family to Family Support Group - for family members, friends, and caregivers of individuals who have a mental illness.

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group - for individuals whose lives are affected by a mental illness.

Support groups meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. at University Presbyterian Church, 3240 Dalrymple Dr., Baton Rouge, LA.

Education  We seek to educate the public about myths of mental illness to eradicate stigma.

Advocacy - We learn to have a strong voice to help change services in our city and state for the better, and to effect changes in national laws that affect our family.

For more information, contact Florence Day at 225-241-7927.

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