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In compliance with Governor Ralph Northam’s Executive Order 53, the closure of certain non-essential businesses and banning all gatherings of more than 10 people to protect the health and safety of Virginians and reduce the spread of COVID-19 through June 10, 2020, NAMI Virginia will continue to remain open, albeit remotely, through June 10, 2020.

Additionally, all in-person events will be postponed through June 10, 2020, although we are working to move as many as possible to a virtual platform. As this occurs we will share updates here and on our other communication platforms. You are also welcomed to reach out to us at any time with questions via our Helpline at 888-486-8264 or info@naimvirginia.org.

NAMI Virginia now has a new resource page with up-to-date information and resources for COVID-19. You can visit it here. Please continue to get your daily updates on COVID-19 from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Virginia Department of Health (VDH) websites as-well-as your local news stations.

 

Thank you everyone for your advocacy efforts on February 5 but it doesn’t stop there! Stay informed on what’s going on with our bill tracker and our action alerts!

In The News: NAMI Virginia

May 12, 2020

May 4, 2020
By Janet Roach
13 News Now
https://www.13newsnow.com/article/news/health/mental-health-awareness-month-comes-at-a-much-needed-time/291-0cdbeacf-971c-4853-98fc-827c4e671c65

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — May is mental health awareness month and this year it comes amidst additional challenges.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness Coastal Virginia (NAMI) wants people to know they are not alone if they are feeling overwhelmed by the coronavirus pandemic.

Free support group sessions have moved online and participation is growing. The groups are led by two NAMI-trained facilitators who are either family members or individuals in recovery.

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