NAMI Nebraska Family to Family

Omaha Gives for NAMI Nebraska
Why should you donate to NAMI Nebraska?
  • We serve thousands of people throughout all of Nebraska.
  • We run support groups and educational classes.
  • We advocate for better mental health policies at the state level.
  • We give educational talks to crush the stigma.
  • We connect anyone who needs it to mental health care resources in their area.

Omaha Connection Meetings

Midtown Meeting

Connection Meeting in Midtown, Omaha

MIDTOWN

FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH

3114 HARNEY, OMAHA

STARTS JULY 5TH, 2017

WEDNESDAYS 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Contact: 402-345-8101

 

King of Kings Connection Group

Connection group at King of Kings

Core area at King of Kings, Room 102

11651 I St, Omaha, NE 68137

Mondays 6:30 to 8 pm

Bellevue Connection Meeting

Bellevue Connection Meeting

Where: Immanuel Lutheran Church

104 Galvin Road North, Bellevue

(Use the basement entrance on the northwest corner)

When: Fridays 6pm to 7pm

Connection Meeting Lakeside Hospital

Meets Thursdays

6:00 – 7:00 PM
Lakeside Hospital
16901 Lakeside Hills Court, off of 171st and Center Streets
(Meeting is held in the Volunteer Conference Room located downstairs by the elevators)
Contact: NAMI Nebraska at (402)-345-8101 or (877)-463-6264

Connection Meeting Immanuel 3 at Immanuel Hospital CHI Health (Alegent-Creighton)

Meets Wednesdays NOW 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Immanuel Three
Across from Immanuel Hospital
Woodman Meeting Room
7101 Newport Avenue
For Peers with Mental Health Issues
Contact: Rod Atwood
Co-facilitator: Tami Cox
(402)345-8101

The second Wednesday of the month we get to the meeting 30 minutes early to socialize and have a covered-dish supper.

 

 

Connection Meeting Douglas County Hospital

Meets Wednesday 3:00 – 4:30 PM
Douglas County Hospital
5th Floor: Room C-532
4102 Woolworth Avenue

 

 

NAMI Connection Immanuel 3 at Immanuel Hospital CHIHealth (Alegent-Creighton)

7101 Newport Ave. Omaha, NE.
Phone: 402-345-8101
Monday nights from NOW 6:30-7:30 pm
in the Woodman Room.
For peers with mental health issues.
Contact: Rod Atwood
Co-facilitator: Tami Cox
402-345-8101

 

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