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Spiritual Seekers (On Site)

Hope Center, Cox Medical Tower 1443 North Robberson Ave, Suite 408, Springfield

11:30am-Spiritual Seekers (On Site) This group is open to all diagnoses and all faiths. Participants speak about all things spiritual as it relates to mental illness and how faith can be a positive tool to cope with one’s mental illness. No one faith is embraced as we realize faith can look different to all people. ... Read more

Depression and Suicide Support Group (Virtual or On Site)

Hope Center, Cox Medical Tower 1443 North Robberson Ave, Suite 408, Springfield

Fridays, 1:30pm MEETING ID: 978 649 853 Password: nami This group is available online via Zoom or in person at the Hope Center. All NAMI Southwest Missouri support groups are free and confidential and require no registration - however, we ask that you read and acknowledge our Virtual Group Protocols below before attending a group. ... Read more

NAMI Connection (On Site)

Hope Center, Cox Medical Tower 1443 North Robberson Ave, Suite 408, Springfield

Tuesdays, 10 AM NAMI Connection Support Group is a free, peer-led support group for any adult who has experienced symptoms of a mental health condition. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by trained leaders who've been there. NAMI’s support groups are unique because they ... Read more

Spiritual Seekers (On Site)

Hope Center, Cox Medical Tower 1443 North Robberson Ave, Suite 408, Springfield

11:30am-Spiritual Seekers (On Site) This group is open to all diagnoses and all faiths. Participants speak about all things spiritual as it relates to mental illness and how faith can be a positive tool to cope with one’s mental illness. No one faith is embraced as we realize faith can look different to all people. ... Read more

Depression and Suicide Support Group (Virtual or On Site)

Hope Center, Cox Medical Tower 1443 North Robberson Ave, Suite 408, Springfield

Fridays, 1:30pm MEETING ID: 978 649 853 Password: nami This group is available online via Zoom or in person at the Hope Center. All NAMI Southwest Missouri support groups are free and confidential and require no registration - however, we ask that you read and acknowledge our Virtual Group Protocols below before attending a group. ... Read more

NAMI Connection (On Site)

Hope Center, Cox Medical Tower 1443 North Robberson Ave, Suite 408, Springfield

Tuesdays, 10 AM NAMI Connection Support Group is a free, peer-led support group for any adult who has experienced symptoms of a mental health condition. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others, and the groups are led by trained leaders who've been there. NAMI’s support groups are unique because they ... Read more

Spiritual Seekers (On Site)

Hope Center, Cox Medical Tower 1443 North Robberson Ave, Suite 408, Springfield

11:30am-Spiritual Seekers (On Site) This group is open to all diagnoses and all faiths. Participants speak about all things spiritual as it relates to mental illness and how faith can be a positive tool to cope with one’s mental illness. No one faith is embraced as we realize faith can look different to all people. ... Read more

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