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NAMI Camden County, Inc. will be holding a 

Family Support Group - ONLINE only - on

Thursday May 9th at 7:00 PM

via Zoom.  Please register by 12 PM that day.  Please click the following link

NAMI Camden County, Inc. will be holding a CONNECTION Support Group - ONLINE only - on Tuesday May 7th at 7:00 PM via Zoom. 
This is a recovery support group for adults
living with mental health issues. 

Please register by 12 PM that day. 
Please click the following link:

NAMI Camden County will be hosting a Mental Health Movie Night on the Third Friday of each month.

Friday May 17, 2024 Log in at 6:45 pm, film begins at 7 pm on zoom.

This month, Silver Linings Playbook - Rated R, 2 hours 2 minutes


We will watch the film on zoom and have a brief discussion following.The Zoom link will be sent by 5 PM that dayPlease register using the link below in order to receive the zoom link:


Parenting after Receiving a Schizophrenia Diagnosis
When I was in my darkest hour, amid psychotic episodes, there was light pulling me forward. I just knew I had a future ahead of me where I would get married and become a mother. This desire and calling, at times, led me forward and gave me direction into my future.
I have now been in remission from any symptoms of schizophrenia for 11 years. I’ve been married for five years and my son is three years old.


What No One Told Me About Being in a Psych Hospital

My roommate’s wailing put me to sleep that night. Yeah, right. I wished it could, just like a real lullaby. Instead, I turned over and pulled the thin covers over my head, trying to forget what left me in a plastic bed in the first place. Even worse, this was not my first rodeo, meaning not my first psych hospital. It was my fourth. No, fifth. No, wait… I lost count.


How Research Is Advancing Our Understanding of OCD

It is important to emphasize the pivotal role that research occupies in shaping the trajectory of mental health treatment.



Hygiene Indifference: The Symptom We Don’t Talk About

Hygiene is one of the many symptoms that is frequently left out of the mental health conversation. This is largely because the subject is difficult to talk about — many of us feel the weight of stigma when talking about our bodies and our personal habits.

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