NAMI – Snohomish County
NAMI of Snohomish County works to improve the lives of people affected by mental illness by providing education and support to people living with mental illness and to their families, by advocating for better laws and increased funding for mental health services, and by increasing public awareness and reducing the stigma of mental illness. View Website
Operations under COVID-19 – NAMI Snohomish County stands ready to provide the services and programs that we do best: Family Support Groups, PEER Support Groups, classes, and other forms of support. Most of all, we listen and provide the best support and advice that we can, based in years of experience and practice at surviving the kind of stress, anxiety, depression, and other forms of behavioral issues that are so prevalent in everyday life and especially in our current environment. We are working closely with other affiliates to structure our usual in-person programs to be held virtually; meaning that in many cases, those in need of our support can check in with us and join virtual support groups. Please check in with us at our office number (425) 339-3620 (“not” a crisis line), leave a message, and we will get back to you quickly!