Family Support Groups Across Idaho now Online!
Every Wednesday, 7:00 – 8:00 PM MST (hosted by NAMI Treasure Valley)
No password required.
First and Third Wednesday, 6:00 – 7:00 PM MST (hosted by NAMI WRV)
Meeting ID: 898-0761-1667
Meeting Password: fsg
To call in: +1 669 900 6833
First and Third Wednesday, 7:30 pm PDT (hosted by NAMI Far North)
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly to receive ZOOM password information.
Every Thursday, 6:00 – 7:00 PM MST - Support en Espanol (hosted by NAMI WRV)
Meeting ID: 879 918 928, Meeting Password: 392609
To call in: +1 346 248 7799
Second and Fourth Tuesday, 7:00 pm MST (hosted by NAMI Upper Valley)
Meeting ID: 897 3973 1865, no password required
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NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for any adult with a loved one who has experienced symptoms of a mental health condition. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar experiences.
NAMI’s support groups are unique because they follow a structured model, ensuring everyone has an opportunity to be heard and to get what they need.
- Free of cost to participants
- Designed for adult loved ones of people with mental health conditions
- Led by family members of people with mental health conditions
- 60-90 minutes long and meets weekly, every other week or monthly (varies by location)
- No specific medical therapy or treatment is endorsed
What You’ll Gain
By sharing your experiences in a safe setting, you can gain hope and develop supportive relationships. This group allows your voice to be heard and provides an opportunity for your personal needs to be met. It encourages empathy, productive discussion and a sense of community. You’ll benefit from other’s experiences, discover your inner strength and empower yourself by sharing your own experiences in a non-judgmental space.
NAMI Family Support Group will help you:
- Aim for better coping skills
- Find strength in sharing experiences
- Not judge anyone’s pain
- Forgive ourselves and reject guilt
- Embrace humor as healthy
- Accept that we cannot solve every problem
- Understand that mental health conditions are no one’s fault and can be traumatic experiences