In our best efforts to support the people we care about in our community at this challenging time, NAMI San Mateo County has kept our WarmLine open and staffed during business hours. When you call our WarmLine, you will get suggestions and help in navigating services in your area. Resources like housing agencies, crisis intervention hotlines, operating food banks and NAMI’s online support groups are all accessible with the guidance of our NAMI WarmLine operators.
To join NAMI Connections On Line
Each Monday & Thursday
7:00pm – 8:30pm
PLEASE log in at 6:45pm so the leaders can help trouble shoot any technical problems. If you need assistance logging on please call Michael directly (650) 784-3272.
Please leave your name and call back number; should Michael be in the middle of helping someone.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 903 824 415
NAMI San Mateo County cares about you and wants you to know we will do everything possible to address what people need during this time. We will continue to comply with the directive to not hold in person meetings due to the Coronavirus.
NAMI Connections Now Every Monday & NEW! Thursday! Connection’s has launched a new way for our Support Group to stay in place during Shelter in Place. We are hoping this will be a positive “new” way to share experiences and resources as well as offer encouragement and support during this time. *Please know that we will follow our NAMI guidelines and principles will still apply!
NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a free, peer-led support group for adults living with mental illness. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by NAMI trained facilitators who have been there! We offer a safe and confidential place to share and glean group wisdom.
Online Family Support Groups (supporting a loved one with a mental illness):
If you would like to be added to our mailing list please call the office!
650 638 0800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay tuned for more Support Groups to meet remotely. We hope that you will take good care of yourself during this time and please reach out to our WarmLine (650) 638-0800 should you need assistance during our normal business hours Monday-Friday 9a-3pm. Or you may call the 24 hour Mental Health Association of SF WarmLine at 855-845-7415 available 24/7.
May is #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth
We hope you will join us for an incredible line-up of virtual events as
Presents “Burlingame Reads”!
Centered around the intimate and moving book The Collected Schizophrenias written by Esmé Weijun Wang!
With everything going on…mental health is incredibly important to think about right now
especially as the situation continues to impact us all differently.
For more information and Zoom-In details on the many ways to participate please go to:
The safety of our Staff, Volunteers and supporting the community is our top priority!