Peer/Client Programs

Client Connection Support Groups

NAMI Connections is a peer-based mutual support group for people facing mental health challenges. Led by clients, for clients. There is no need to register for this free group. See scheduled meetings on the right.

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Ten Week Course To be announced.

NAMI San Joaquin County, the local organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, will sponsor its NAMI Peer to Peer Education Program. The course is specifically designed for adults living with mental health challenges. Peer to Peer provides an educational setting focused on recovery that offers respect, understanding, encouragement and hope. The NAMI Peer to Peer education program is a 10 session course held twice a week for (2 hours) taught by trained Mentors living in recovery themselves. Peer to Peer emphasizes that recovery from mental illness is a feasible and supportable goal. The course is a great resource for information on Mental Health Challenges, recovery, coping skills and relapse prevention.

NAMI San Joaquin County will offer its 10-session NAMI Peer to Peer Education Program beginning Tuesday May 29th through Friday, June 29th, 2018.
It will be held on Tuesday & Friday afternoons for 5 consecutive weeks from 12:00pm to 2:00pm. Location: 1212 N. California St. (Conference Room A) Stockton, Ca. (REGISTRATION REQUIRED)

The course is free and open to the public.

To REGISTER please contact us to register for the NAMI Peer to Peer Class! 

  • Drew Strachan: 209-366-4923 Or @ outreach@namisanjoaquin.org
  • NAMI SJC Office: 209-468-3755 or @ info@namisanjoaquin.org


Registration Required


Peer-to-Peer Education

Peer-To-Peer is a 10 week series of classes that help clients along the path to recovery. People who attend report a greater understanding of their diagnosis, and a bond with others in the class. The classes are small, and are a safe place to share and learn. The emphasis is on relapse prevention and psycho-social supports. The ultimate goal is for recovery and self-advocacy. The course was written by a client, and all classes are led by clients.


NAMI In Our Own Voice
NAMI In Our Own Voice
Free presentations presented by people living with mental illness.

 


 

Peer/Client Resources

VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS
Client Programs Volunteer Applications
Peer/CLIENT CONNECTION
SUPPORT GROUP MEETINGS
Lodi - Every Friday 6:00- 7:30pm
Lodi Memorial Hospital - Main Board Room
975 Fairmond Ave., Lodi Map

Contact: Drew Stracchan 209-366-4923
 
Manteca - 1st & 3rd Monday each month
6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m

Doctors Hospital of Manteca
1205 E. North Street - Manteca, CA 95336 Map
Download Manteca Flyer

Contact: NAMI Office info@namisanjoaquin.org
Phone: 209-468-3755 


Stockton - 1st Thursday each month 5:30 p.m.
San Joaquin County Behavioral Health
1212 N. California St.,
Stockton, CA - Map
Conference Room B

Contact: Pat Barrett
Phone:  510-292-1337


Stockton - Saturdays at the Wellness Center 10-11:30 A.M.
Wellness Center, 1109 N. California St., Stockton

Contact: Edna Ealey e.ealey@comcast.net 
Phone: (209) 598-5746 
 
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1st & 3rd Fridays Each Month 6 - 7:30 pm
1212 N. California St., 
Stockton, CA - Map
Conference Room C

Contact: NAMI Office info@namisanjoaquin.org
Phone: 209-468-3755 
 
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San Joaquin County Behavioral Health
1212 N. California St.,
Stockton, CA - Map
Conference Room B

Contact: America Villasna villachivasana@gmail.com
Phone: 209-356-8793 
 

new.gifTracy - 2nd & 4th Fridays each month 6 to 7:30pm
Healthy Connections, 35 E. 10ht Street, Suite B2
Tracy, CA 95376

Contact: NAMI Office info@namisanjoaquin.org
Phone: 209-468-3755 
 

PEER-TO-PEER EDUCATION

What are the goals of NAMI Peer-to-Peer eduction?

To provide current information about the major mental illnesses and the most current research available on the biological aspects of these illnesses
  • To provide the most current information on the possibilities for living in recovery, including a variety of treatment strategies currently available
  • To provide specific skills and training in the areas of problem solving, listening, communication techniques and handling crises and relapse
  • To provide guidance on locating appropriate supports and services within the community and offer tips of advocating for those supports and services.
Ten Week Course Registration Required

For information or to register contact:
Edna Ealey e.ealey@comcast.net 
Phone: (209) 598-5746 
or
Email: info@namisanjoaquin.org