Informational meetings held every second Thursday, 6-7pm at:
Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church
2261 Walton Way, Augusta Ga 30904 


M-F, 10 AM – 6 PM ET
Text “NAMI” to 741741

Press Release: Click Here To Read More

From Atlanta, Georgia (February 16, 2018) –
NAMI Georgia’s heart goes out to the families of Stoneman Douglas High School, and the Parkland Communities. We are saddened by the tragic loss of life that could have been avoided. NAMI Georgia feels it is important to examine all factors that may have contributed to this tragedy before any assumptions are made….

May Sandwich Seminar-

Monthly Informational Meetings (Open to the Public)

For the month of May our speaker will be Mr. Barry Jones, CPS at ECRH. The importance of WRAP in your Mental Heath Recovery

When: Thursday, May 17th from 6-7pm
Where: Reid Memorial Presbyterin Church
2261 Walton Way Augusta, Ga
Food is provided

Free Personal Hygiene Welcome Bags For First Time Attendees!

The concept of Wrap is a wellness recovery action plan that helps people with mental illness and substance abuse issues come up with a strategic method of solutions to aid with their recovery. Barry Jones is a National Trainer who is a certified peer specialist who works with other individuals to help them support their recovery.

Local Event: Read More for Additional Information:


May is Mental Health Awareness Month. 4P Studios, Augusta University Art & Design Alumni, and Lighthouse Care Center of Augusta have teamed up with internationally selling artist, Derek Hess, to host a special screening of his art documentary film and book signing of his latest release. All are welcome to attend this incredible event. A suggested donation of $5 is appreciated and a portion of the proceeds will be donated right back to our community by benefiting Lighthouse Care Center Children’s Store.

6:30pm – Doors Open
Enjoy light refreshments from Silver Palm Catering Company
7:00-8:30pm – Screening of “Forced Perspective”
8:30-9:00pm – Q&A with Derek Hess
9:00-10:00pm – Book signing with Derek Hess

A special thank you to those who have already contributed to this cause and helped bring this event to the CSRA:
600 Broad (Community Sponsor)
Augusta Regional Collaboration (Community Sponsor)
Drew & Jean Brejda (Community Sponsors)
Regina L. Brejda (AU A&D Alumnus)
Dean Brown (AU A&D Alumnus)
Heather Gaitonde (AU A&D Alumnus)
Holiday Inn Express Augusta Downtown
(Community Sponsor)
Latoya Hollomon Jennings (AU A&D Alumnus)
Syd Padgett (Community Sponsor)

Let Us Help You and Your Loved One’s 

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. What started as a small group of families gathered around a kitchen table in 1979 has blossomed into the nation’s leading voice on mental health. Today, we are an association of hundreds of local affiliates, state organizations and volunteers who work in your community to raise awareness and provide support and education that was not previously available to those in need. NAMI Georgia is a 501.c.3 Charitable Organization. 




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