The Coronavirus outbreak is leaving many people feeling anxious, angry, sad, or scared. People living with mental health conditions, their loved ones, and their caregivers face unique challenges during this public health crisis. You are not alone.
NAMI Connecticut is here for you with virtual support groups.
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Psych Hub releases two videos to address the mental health needs during COVID-19
Who We Are
Since 1984 NAMI Connecticut has been the state chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We are a statewide grassroots organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living with mental illness, as well as their families and loved ones. In conjunction with our 10 local affiliates, we serve all people in Connecticut through our education, support, and advocacy programs at the state and local levels. We are located in West Hartford, Connecticut.
We want individuals and families impacted by mental illness to know they are not alone.
Faith, Spirituality, and Mental Health: an online panel discussion
This is a Zoom recording of the November 18, 2020 live event featuring Ronice Felicia Latta, author of the book, “The Layover,” along with a panel moderated by Dr. Jessica Van Denend, Chaplain at the Institute of Living, in Hartford. Joining Ms. Latta on the panel is Rabbi Randall Konigsburg, from Beth Sholom B’nai Israel Synagogue, in Manchester, and Reverend Kate VanDerzee-Glidden, Pastor at the First Church of Christ Congregational, in Glastonbury.
To access this video, please click on the image below, and enter the Access Passcode: 6Co2&NkG
Handling the Holiday Blues During the Coronavirus Pandemic
What We Do
NAMI Connecticut plays an active role providing support, education, and advocacy at the community level. We operate support groups to let people know they are not alone and to be there with information and support when needed. Our affiliates speak publicly to educate others about mental health conditions and provide educational programs, free of cost, to youth and young adults, parents, individuals, and families affected by mental illness. They advocate for effective and timely services from their local service providers, and they offer hope to those experiencing the impact of mental illness.