Individuals and families together for support, education and advocacy
Welcome to NAMI Boulder County
Serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties

A NAMI Colorado and NAMI National Affiliate

If you have a mental illness or have a family member or friend who does, NAMI Boulder County is here to help.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), is a nonprofit self-help, support and advocacy organization of people with mental illnesses (also called brain disorders), and families and friends of people with mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic and other severe anxiety disorders, autism and pervasive developmental disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and other persistent mental illnesses that affect the brain.

Browse this site to learn more about the services, education and support offered by NAMI Boulder County. If you live outside of Boulder or Broomfield counties, visit the NAMI Colorado Web site or the NAMI National Web site to find out how to contact the NAMI affiliate closest to you.

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 UPCOMING EVENTS and NEWS

NAMI Boulder/Broomfield County Newsletter
NAMI Boulder County Newsletter July 2016

NAMI Boulder County Monthly Meeting

Next Meeting: Thursday, September 8, 2016

BUSINESS Meeting: 6:30pm to 7:00pm
PUBLIC Meeting: 7:15pm to 8:30pm

  • Guest Speakers: TBA
Location: Mountain View Methodist Church (355 Ponca Pl., Room 208. Boulder, CO)

Directions: The church is located south of the Meadows Shopping Center at Foothills Highway and Baseline. Parking and main entrance are on the west side of the church.

Please Contact Trish Manthey, Office Mgr., if you’d like to attend the BUSINESS Mtg. It is open to all.

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group
We are presently unable to offer a Connections Recovery Group in either Boulder or Broomfield counties. We must have NAMI trained facilitators to guide the Connections group. The next training for Connections is scheduled for May 2016. If you are someone with lived experience with mental illness and you might be interested in becoming a facilitator for Connections, please contact Trish Manthey, Office Manager.

Mental Illness, Stigma, and Recovery--New Ideas in Best Practices
Dynamic panel discussion with Dr. Ron Bassman, author of_A Fight to Be, Jacob Meffley, President of the Boulder chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness, Joy Redstone, founding director of the new Counseling Center at Naropa, Mental Health Partners' Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Fred Michel and Longmont Police Chief Mike Butler.
kgnu.org/connections/11/6/2015

NAMI Boulder/Broomfield 2015 Budget
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NAMI Boulder County Board of Director's Policies and Procedures
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