Everyone's experience with mental illness is different. Whether you have been diagnosed with an illness, are a family member/caregiver of someone with a diagnosis, or just interested in learning more, NAMI Rochester is here to provide the information, support, and resources you need. Our programs, support groups, and classes are no-cost, thanks to the support of our members and donors. So we encourage you to explore the descriptions on this site and then try one of them. Our staff and volunteers have personal experience with mental illness, either as a peer or a family member. We can provide you with the direction and assistance you need to access the most appropriate community resources, in addition to our on-site support and educational programs.
If you are deaf or hard-of-hearing…
- We offer several classes with ASL interpreters
- Some of our support groups have ASL interpreters
- Learn more about our accommodations for your needs