ALL onsite Support Groups have been Suspended due to the pandemic. See Online Support available below to Register.

Who? Family Support Group is for adult family members and friends who have a loved one with mental illness. NAMI trained certified facilitators provide peer support in a confidential, supportive setting where information, education, and experiences are shared.

What? Together we deal with the impact that mental illness has made on the lives of our loved ones, as we slowly acknowledge the impact that mental illness has had on our own lives as individuals, couples, parents, siblings and friends. Attending Family Support Group gives us an opportunity to develop an understanding of what role we can actually be effective in, while our loved ones navigate their personal journey of recovery.

Through Group Wisdom, we gradually learn new ways to communicate, develop coping skills, self-care strategies, break the barriers of stigma, overcome denial, and find solutions through the experiences of other participants enduring the same journey.


NAMI McHenry County
620 Dakota Street
Crystal Lake, IL

  • Weekly meetings are No Cost to You!
  • Registration is required to attend.
  • Join in and find HOPE!

Online Support ~ MUST Register to attend

Wednesday ~ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm, LINK via zoom

Caregiver Grad Support Group

Are You Interested in Joining a Caregiver Support Group? 

Caregiver Support Group is a no cost to you, monthly support group where any adult who has successfully completed the Family-to-Family or Caregiver WRAP course can come to share experiences, challenges and encouragement in a safe, confidential setting.

Structure of Caregiver Support Group:

  • Monthly 90 minute meetings – No cost to you
  • No need to register — You can join anytime
  • Family-to-Family & Caregiver WRAP Grads offering support & encouragement to one another

2nd Thursday of the month ~ 6:00 – 7:30 pm


NAMI McHenry County
620 Dakota Street
Crystal Lake, IL

Mark these dates in your calendar:

Dates will be provided when we reopen.

We are not alone… there is support for the heartache AND

for the celebration of even the smallest victories