Family Support

SANTA CLARA COUNTY

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IMPORTANT: SBPR family support groups are CANCELLED due to our group facilitators leaving the Bay Area.
If you are interested in co-facilitating the family support group, please let us know by email southbayprojectresource@gmail.com. Rest assured you will get support and training from the previous facilitators.

If you are seeking support, please contact our local NAMI Santa Clara County affiliate office:

Phone  1 408-453-0400

Email  info@namisantaclara.org

Website  www.namisantaclara.org

Office Hours  M – F 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

 

“Voices, Visions, and Realities: SBPR Support Group for Families, Friends, and Caregivers” – in San Jose

Refreshments, conversations, relaxation exercises, films and more!

 

San Jose Location:

IMPORTANT! Please see message above.

 

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Public Transit: n/a

E-mail: southbayprojectresource@gmail.com

Website: South Bay Project Resource

Description: Are you in a relationship with someone who experiences visions, different realities, or hears voices? Would you like to find a better way to communicate with your loved one about their experiences?  You are invited to join with other family members and friends and explore compassionate approaches to being with your loved one’s experience.  Learn tools for coping with extreme experiences as well as how to support your loved one and gain a better understanding of their meaning and content. This is a free, drop-in group.

 

ALAMEDA COUNTY/EAST BAY

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“Voices, Visions and Different Realities Group for Family Members”

Date/Time: third Thursday of each month 6:30-8:00 pm

Group Facilitator(s): Ed Herzog

Location: Albany Methodist Church, 980 Stannage Ave, Albany, CA, 94706

Public Transit: Bus routes within 1/2 mile:

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E-mail: edherzog@comcast.net

Website: Bay Area Hearing Voices Network

Description: Are you in a relationship with someone who experiences visions, different realities, or hears voices? Would you like to find a better way to communicate with your loved one about their experiences?  You are invited to join with other family members and friends and explore compassionate approaches to being with your loved one’s experience.  Learn tools for coping with extreme experiences as well as how to support your loved one and gain a better understanding of their meaning and content. This is a free, drop-in group.

 

 

 

 

Family Members of Young Adults Who Experience Psychosis”

Date/Time:  fourth Tuesday of each month 6:00-7:30 pm

Group Facilitator(s): Stella Allison, Coordinator, Peer and Family Support Services, PREP Alameda County (Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis).

Location: Bay Area Community Services (BACS), Towne House Wellness Center, 629 Oakland Avenue, Oakland, CA 94611

Public Transit:

Phone: 1 (510) 590-0570

E-mail: na

Website: PREP Alameda County

Click here for the Family Members of Young Adults Who Experience Psychosis flyer.