Next Community Program:
Join us for dinner and an interactive presentation and discussion about the new 988 suicide and crisis lifeline with Todd M. Mcgehee from Virginia Beach Department of Human Services.
Thursday, November 17th
Dinner provided at 5:30 p.m., Presentation at 6:15 p.m.
Thalia United Methodist Church, 4321 Virginia Beach Blvd.
This program is free and open to the public. Registration is requested.
View our previous programs below!
Come learn a thing or four!
Encompassing a wide array of topics, events, and presentations, this series provides information for people living with a mental health condition, their family members and friends, and the general public. These meetings are designed not only to expand on topics covered in the Peer-to-Peer, Family-to-Family, and Basics courses, but also to introduce new information and activities not covered in the education programs. Previous meetings have encompassed panel talks with local doctors, pharmacists, and counselors, speaker events with individuals sharing their stories of recovery, and silent auctions.
NAMI Coastal Virginia
To view our previous programs, see videos below or click here to view/subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Prior to the educational portion of the program when held in-person, there is a half hour social with light refreshments, providing an opportunity for fellowship and an occasion where, in a supportive environment, attendees can share similar lived experiences. For some, the program is a first introduction to NAMI. Providing food and fellowship creates a welcoming atmosphere.
To speak at or sponsor a meeting, please contact our office:
291 Independence Blvd. Suite 542
Virginia Beach, VA 23462