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NAMI Augusta is offering Family-to-Family Education Classes starting August!

For more information visit Our Family-to-Family Classes Page

Together We Are here for you

NAMI Augusta offers support groups for the CSRA!

For more information visit Our Support Page

We need YOUR help supporting our Augusta Support Groups


Learn how you can get involved today! Email: FAMILYPROGRAMS@NAMIGA.ORG


Join us in welcoming… Angela Bakos with Resourced Augusta

Thursday, July 18th @5:45PM

Located at Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church : 2261 Walton Way Augusta, GA
For RSVP and further questions please contact us at

About 988


In 2020, Congress designated the new 988 dialing code to be operated through the existing National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Here are some resources about this vital first step towards a transformed crisis care system in America.


8 week education program for family members

July 28th – September 22nd, Sundays @ 2-4:30pm

Hosted by NAMI Northside

Location: Hybrid, at Peachtree Road United Methodist Church or via Zoom

Contact to register:

August 27th-Oct 15th, Tuesdays@ 6-8:30pm

Hosted by NAMI Augusta

Location: Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church

2261 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30904

Contact to register:

September 22nd – November 11th, Sundays @2 pm

Hosted by NAMI Dekalb

Location: Decatur First Baptist Church or over Zoom

Contact to register:


July 8th-August 10th 2024, Saturdays from 1 pm-3 Pm

NAMI Gwinnett

Location: Zoom

Contact to register:

Support Groups

Support Groups

Because we are in this together and you are not alone

In Crisis

In Crisis

Because we are in this together and you are not alone





NAMI has a variety of free mental health education resources



People living with mental health conditions must know that they are not alone



Take a look at our collection of photos and videos of our local Augusta Chapter

NAMI Augusta is Augusta’s Voice on Mental Health. We’re here for you. No matter what. 

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New Research Into Blood-Based Prediction of Psychosis Risk

Analyzing 10 years of blood samples from individuals receiving treatment for schizophrenia, schozoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder at a VA Medical Center, researchers recently identified biomarkers that predicted the experience of...

Impact of Climate Disasters on Adolescent Mental Health

Climate change is a known public health concern, and recent research emphasizes the potential impact on youth mental health. Reviewing data from over 38,000 high school students in 22 urban public school districts across 14 states, researchers found that adolescents...

Large Study Finds Semaglutide Medications Associated with Lower Risk for Suicidal Ideation than Other Obesity and Diabetes Drugs

Amidst increasing popularity of semaglutide medications such as Wegovy and Ozempic, concerns have been raised that the glucagon-like peptide 1 receptor (GLP1R) agonist medications may increase suicidal thoughts. In a recent study, researchers analyzed electronic...

Ethnoracial Representation in Psychosis Research

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Early Qualitative Research of AI-Driven Mental Health Therapy

In a recent qualitative study, researchers explored the feasibility of artificial intelligence (AI) as a source of mental health support. Fourteen participants with mild-to-moderate anxiety or depression engaged in one immersive virtual reality therapy session with an...

Survey of Patient and Family Perspectives to Inform Clinical Research in Serious Mental Illness

Engagement and retention of participants in clinical mental illness research studies can be low. To better understand the perspectives of direct stakeholders, researchers surveyed individuals diagnosed with a schizophrenia spectrum condition (SSC) and caregivers of a...

SAMHSA Releases 2022 National Survey on Drug Use and Health Report

In November, SAMHSA released results from the 2022 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), an annual, nationally representative survey on mental health, treatment rates, substance use, and more. Among U.S. adults, 23.1% experienced any mental illness (AMI) in...

Collaborating with Mental Health Influencers for Public Mental Health

In a unique new study, Boston and Harvard University public health researchers recruited 105 TikTok mental health content creators with diverse professional backgrounds and lived experience to receive evidence-based mental health communication training. Creators...

ED Visits for Substance Use as a Risk Factor for Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders 

Research suggests that experiencing substance-induced psychosis increases the risk of developing a schizophrenia spectrum disorder (SSD), but less is known about substance use without psychosis. In a study including 10 million people, Canadian researchers found that...
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