NAMI Southeast Indiana is a nonprofit organization that provides support, education and advocacy for persons with mental illness and their families and friends in Southeast Indiana. According to NAMI, more than one half of all people who abuse drugs (prescription and other substances) and one third of people who abuse alcohol are also battling a mental illness.

View the March 2019 NAMI SE IN Newsletter Here

Support Group Meetings
First Wednesday of each month
6:30pm - 8:00pm
CMHC in the old Lawrenceburg
Kroger Plaza
Download a printable
membership application
Or join online: www.nami.org
Crisis Intervention Team

CIT strives to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crises.

CIT programs typically provide 40 hours of free training for first responders on how to better respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis. CIT first responder training classes will be offered in January and February 2018.

Public Policy Statement

2018 NAMI

Learn More at These Websites and Find Other Resources:

SE IN Psychiatric Crisis Line 812-537-1302, 877-849-1248 (CMHC)
Crisis Text Line Text Start to 741741, get live volunteer Crisis Counselor
CMHC Walk-in/ Open Access M-TH http://www.cmhcinc.org/Programs
or call closest CMHC
Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255(talk)

Family2Family Classes
F2F is a series of 12 weekly classes, structured to help caregivers understand and support individuals with serious mental illnesses.

Click HERE for important information.

NAMI IN namiindiana.org 317-925-9399
NAMI National http://www.nami.org/ 703-524-7600
NAMI National Helpline 800-950-NAMI (6264)

NAMI SW OH http://namiswoh.org/  513-351-3500
NAMI NO KY http://naminky.org/ 513-205-4118
NAMI SE IN http://namisein.com

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