These support groups are designed to provide a network of Christian-based support for those affected by depression as well as their family members. The Emily Program Eating Disorder support groups for individuals and their families.
Everyone is welcome to attend, regardless of religious affiliation or spiritual beliefs. For additional information or questions please contact: Julie Opheim at 952-432-6351 or visit Emotions Anonymous Support groups using a 12-Step program.
Bloomington - Meets Wednesdays, - p.m., at Avivo CSP, 7888 12th Ave. Burnsville - Meets Thursdays, - p.m., at Mary Mother of the Church, 3333 Cliff Road E., in Room 15. Cambridge - Meets Thursdays, , at Cambridge Medical Center, in Harbor Room, 701 S.
Dellwood St., Contact Danie 763-219-6236 Coon Rapids - Meets Tuesdays & Wednesdays, - p.m., at Family Life Center, 1930 Coon Rapids Blvd., Contact Tim: 612-669-5111 Crystal - Meets on Thursdays,- p.m., at Northwest Community Support Program, 7000 57th Ave.
50th St., Contact Kim at 651-280-8527 Minneapolis HCMC - Meets Mondays, - p.m., at Hennepin County Medical Center 701 Park Ave. (in Family Resource Center located in the Red Skyway on 2nd floor immediately next to the Library R2.260 - no room number yet but there is a sign). Minneapolis North - Meets Fridays, - p.m., at Northside CSP, 1309 Girard Ave. NAMI offers a support group for LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning) adults living with a mental illness.
N., Contact Don: 651-334-1778 Minneapolis South - Meets Wednesdays, - p.m., at Vail Place, 1412 West 36th St., Contact Jack: 612-310-3628 Minneapolis - LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning/Queer) - Meets Saturdays, -, at Living Table United Church of Christ, 3805 E. Meets every Saturday from - p.m., at Living Table United Church of Christ, 3805 E.
The advocate recognized that Cheryl was a very loving mother and held a critical role in David’s network of support, but she needed to think about David not as her mentally ill son, but as an adult man, who happens to have a mental illness…” Read more here“Amanda lives with severe depression and anxiety, along with other disorders that have caused significant changes in her cognitive functioning. In order to pay for insurance and living expenses, she depleted her savings and 401K plan. Amanda turned to Mental Health Minnesota for help…” Read more here“Calvin is enrolled in college in Minnesota.
During one semester, Calvin was diagnosed with a mental illness and had to take an extended leave for treatment.0 for receptionist, ask to leave message for Calynn Kasson - Meets every at First Presbyterian Church, 101 6th Ave. Contact Karen 507-316- 0968 or NAMI Southeast Minnesota 507-287-1692. Contact Will: 651-578-3364 Stillwater - Meets on the 1st & 3rd Mondays, - p.m., at Episcopal Church of the Ascension Office, 215 North 4th St. For information call 320-235-3084 Winona - Meets Mondays at - p.m., at the Peer Support Network (PSN) building, 122 W. The group is facilitated by young adults who live with mental illnesses and are doing well in recovery.Mankato - Meets on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays, - p.m., at Bethel Baptist Church, 1250 Monks Ave., Contact Morgan: 651-645-2948 x121 Minneapolis - Meets Fridays, at - p.m., at Minnehaha United Methodist Church, 3701 E. Roseville - Meets on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, - p.m., at Centennial Methodist Church, 1524 Co. Click here to find Young Adult NAMI Connection groups.N., #100, Contact NAMI: 651-645-2948 Duluth - Meets Mondays, - p.m., at Peace Church, 1111 N. E., Contact Jake: 218-591-2925 or Jill: 218-348-5417.Hopkins - Meets Thursdays, -, at Vail Place, 15 9th Ave. Call 952-938-9622, Dial 2 to get to the Hopkins Clubhouse, then ext. Willmar - Meets on the third Thursdays, - p.m., at Lakeland Health Center (Lower level), 502 2nd Street SW. Young Adult NAMI Connection is a support group for ages ranging from 16-20 or 18-30 depending on the group.We use a peer-to-peer approach to provide information, referrals, tools and resources for mental health recovery.