While the office is officially closed until we get the “all clear”, we are working hard to bring you the support and education resources virtually online. Check back here for regular updates.
· Connections Support Groups many are up and online! Click here for the days and times.
· Family Support Groups several of them re now online! Click here for the days and times.
· Other Support Groups Diagnosis and audience specific. Click here for the days and times.
· Online Classes Basics, Homefront, and the Veterans Recovery Series are available now! Click here for the days and times.
· Peer Resource Coordinator Angie is back and available by phone (503-344-5050) or online! To book an appointment, email her here.
· 1:1 Family & Peer Support is now available online and by phone! Make a call - get a call. Sign up here!
NAMIWalks Northwest is going virtual!
On Sunday, May 30, we are joining several other walk sites across the nation to make a statement that mental health matters more than ever, via livestreaming and other ways we can connect. Check the site for more details and be sure to
In this trying time of isolation, stress, and high anxiety; it's good to be able to make connections, to hear from someone. Sometimes it's someone you know. Other times, complete strangers. It's really the connection that matters.
That's where the Compassion Committee comes in, making calls and sending emails to those who crave the human connection and interaction missing in these days of social distancing and shelter in place instructions.
If you'd like to make or receive calls (or maybe both), let us know and we'll set it up!
Click here for email to and we will be in contact with all of the details.
Thanks for all that you do - and stay safe!
Practice social distancing!
If you have watched TV, listened to the radio, or spent much time on social media; you have heard a lot of distressing news about the novel coronavirus also known as COVID-19.
Having confirmed cases, cancelled events, restricted activities, and a declared State-of-Emergency in Clackamas County only adds to the stress and makes us susceptible to fear and misinformation.
Click here for links to the latest reliable information, updates, advisories, advice, and supports.
And try your best keep a sense of humor and perspective!
All in-person classes & support groups are cancelled.
All support groups, classes, and presentations will be rescheduled when we get the "all clear".
Open Minds Art Studio at the NAMI Clackamas office is
on hold through the end of April. Working on a virtual group!
Suicide Bereavement Group scheduled for the 2nd & 4th Sundays is also on hold through the end of April.
NOTE: We are currently exploring additional ways to offer remote support and education to those in need. Please check back for details!
Not finding the class, support group, or location that works for you?
You may also want to check here (https://tinyurl.com/NAMIMetroCalendar) for other available classes and support groups throughout the metro Portland and surrounding area.
National Alliance on Mental Illness of Clackamas County (NAMI Clackamas) is a grassroots organization by and for people impacted by mental illness, whether in themselves or a family member.
Most of our services are provided by peers...that is, people who have "been there" and "done that".
Everything we offer is available at no cost to the individual.