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NAMI "Chesterfield"­ Connections Support Group

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  • St. Luke's United Methodist Church

    4101 Fordham Road, 23236, Richmond, VA (map)

    37.444328 -77.565132

  • The National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) "Chesterfield" Connections Support Group, located at St. Luke's Methodist Church on Fordham Road, meets every Thursday night from 7 - 8:30pm.  All adults living with a mental illness are welcome to attend.

    ***I'm not sure why a "wait list" has started to appear on this meetup, but there is no "wait list".  Anyone is welcome to attend, and there is no attendance limit.

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  • AbbyD

    Hi! I am a social worker. I am looking for peer support groups for some of my patients. Does this group meet regularly?

    November 30

    • Susie

      Hi Abby, This group meets regularly every Thursday night from 7-8:30pm, with approximately 10 participants weekly. Rarely, we have to cancel a meeting, like the one scheduled for this week, because the church has a scheduled event. Cancellations happen once or twice per year.

      November 30

  • Melvin

    I am looking for a support group to help deal with my son who has mental health problem. Can someone point to the right group?

    November 29

    • Susie

      Hi Melvin,

      November 30

    • Susie

      I'm glad you found us. NAMI offers two varieties of support groups, one is for adults living with mental illness(peers) and the other is for family members. The support group at St. Luke's Church is a peer support group. If you are looking for a family group, I would be happy to help you with that. Please email me at [masked], and I can give you additional info.

      November 30


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