Welcome to
NAMI Barron County

How can we support you?

Services

How We Support

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We offer free education, support and advocacy opportunities. We operate by having volunteer members that help families and friends of individuals living with mental health illness learn about their illness to give them a greater understanding and support; teaching them that they are not alone. Our area of service is throughout Barron County and surrounding communities.


Feel free to send us a message on the contact page, to inquire about; 

  • become a member 
  • a desire to be trained to facilitate classes to be offered in the community
  • request for a presentation 
  • additional information about the classes we offer
  • sign up for a class
  • support others through a donation to NAMI Barron County  

FREE Classes Offered

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Basics

Will be offering in the March 2020.


Family to Family

Will be offering starting Sept. 24th in Rice Lake.


Family to Family Support Group

2nd Tuesday of each month beginning Sept 10th from 6-7:30pm in Rusk County Community Library 418 Corbett Ave W, Ladysmith, WI.  


Ending the Silence

On going Presentations in schools. 


Peer to Peer Support Group 

The third Saturday of each month at Marshfield Medical Center 1700 West Stout Street Rice Lake; for adults living with mental illness.  Insight will be gained from hearing the challenges and successes of others.  Meetings are from 9 - 11 am in Conference Room #4 - lower level by the cafeteria.


Peer to Peer Class 

Coming in Sept in Bloomer and Hayward location. Details will be coming soon.  


Educational Meetings

Regular affiliate meeting the 2nd Thursday of every month at Marshfield Medical Center 1700 West Stout Street from 6:30 - 8:00 pm conference room. Members and non-members are welcome to join us!

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The road to RECOVERY usually begins first with the question, "WHAT CAN I DO?"

Our Partners

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