To support the rights of persons with mental illness.
To work for a comprehensive, nondiscriminatory system of care for those with mental illness.
To provide emotional support, fellowship, and information for parents, relatives, and friends of those with mental illness, as well as for consumers themselves.
To promote the establishment of non-profit, structured, and therapeutic residential facilities for persons with mental illness.
To reduce stigma by providing education about mental illness to the public.
To provide mental health education to peers, family members, and caregivers.
To support research and study relating to the treatment and care of children, adolescents, and adults with chronic mental illness.
To inform the membership about new medications.
Education - Other
Information and Referrals
Life Skills / Independent Living
Support Groups - Other
Teens who have experience with:
The Richmond Youth Group is activity based. All stories and experiences are confidential and will not be shared. Pizza and refreshments served. Meetings are at the Charterhouse School located at: UMFS 3900 West Broad Street Richmond, VA 23230
Accepts Volunteers: Yes, must be 18 or older
Ages: 13 to 19
For more information please contact: NAMI - Central Virginia Chapter Primary Contact: Jeff Conley - Richmond Youth Group 1904 Byrd Avenue Suite 207 Richmond, VA 23226