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    We know that this is a very difficult time for many people across the country. As we all deal with the impacts of the Coronavirus outbreak, we remain committed to ensuring that people with mental health conditions and their family members have the information and support they need to weather these uncertain times.


At this time, we have cancelled all support groups and education classes.


                                          Our Helpline remains open.

        Our national office has updates and tips on their website, www.nami.org.


  Now more than ever we need to communicate and check on each other to maintain                                                    our mental health.

           Respect the physical distance that is recommended, but do not forget to                                    be social – call, text, email, video call.




Helpline: (914) 592-5458


Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Need help navigating Westchester's mental health system?

Learn about mental illness and treatments and get referrals for mental health services, dual diagnosis programs, support, housing, legal assistance, and more. Find out about NAMI Westchester support groups, education classes, and events.

Calls are kept confidential and answered by our trained staff.




NAMI Westchester's eighth annual walk will be held on Saturday, May 16, 2020.

This will be a fun, family-friendly community event for everyone.

There are many ways you can get involved:

Sponsor, Team Captain, Team Member, Individual Walker,

Virtual Walker, and/or Walk Day Volunteer.

However you participate, you will be joining a nationwide movement.

Go to www.namiwalks.org/westchester for more info and to register today.



NAMI Westchester helps families and individuals affected by mental illness

build better lives through education, support, and advocacy.

Our Services


NAMI Westchester provides support groups and classes in Westchester County. 


Bring NAMI to your organization, school, or business. 



​​Suicide can be prevented.

For more information on the warning signs and what to do,

go to the Westchester.gov Suicide Prevention website at http://mentalhealth.westchestergov.com/suicide-prevention.

Crisis Text Line — a free, confidential 24-hour service accessible via texting 741741.




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