NAMI of Hancock County is a 501 c3 organization offering support, education, and advocacy to anyone with mental illness as well as their family, friends, caregivers, providers, and anyone else interested in learning more about the struggle and recovery of serious brain disorders. More info is available at www.namiofhancock.org.
A free 12-week education program taught by NAMI Ohio trained family members that is offered to family members of persons with severe mental illness. More info is available at www.namiofhancock.org.
A free 10-week program offered to individuals diagnosed with a mental illness who are interested in establishing and maintaining their wellness and recovery. Program taught by trained individuals who are diagnosed with mental illness. More info is available at www.namiofhancock.org.
NAMI Community Support Group
NAMI of Hancock County offers a free monthly support group for people with mental illness as well as those who support their recovery. Community Support is available on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month from 7:00 – 8:30pm at First Lutheran Church, 109 E. Lincoln Street, Findlay, Ohio 45840. No pre-registration is required. More info is available at www.namiofhancock.org.
Depression/Bi-Polar Support Alliance
Support group for those diagnosed with depression and/or bipolar disorder and their loved ones.Support group for those diagnosed with depression and/or bipolar disorder and their loved ones.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at 7pm-8:30pm, First Presbyterian Church, 2330 South Main St., Findlay, Room 209, Findlay
Contact: Ivy Babb, firstname.lastname@example.org, 419-619-3938
12-Step Meetings – Alcoholics Anonymous
Daily schedules for 12-step meetings can be found in The Courier or by calling 1-888-683-9768.
Persons Affected by a Loved One’s Suicide (PALS)
Meets the 4th Thursday of each month, 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Waiting Room on 2nd Floor of the Ruse Building above the Blanchard Valley Hospital Emergency Room. For more information call Cetnury Health at 419-425-5050.
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