After much consideration, we have decided to close all NAMI Lane County Resource Centers and cancel all groups, classes, meetings, and presentations due to the concerns around COVID-19.We are hopeful that we can resume regular scheduled programs soon. At this time, we are planning to re-open the NAMI Resource Center in the beginning of August for limited resource center hours and resume in-person programming in the fall. We do not have the exact rescheduled dates for classes, programs and activities but we hope to have all programs back very soon. more » Read More
If you have been impacted by the Holiday Farm Fire in Lane County, here is a comprehensive list of community resources available to you.
Recent Updates from Lane County’s Community Resilience Toolkit Page
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Thanks to a Community Development Block Grant and the City of Springfield, NAMI Lane County has acquired a building and is moving into their forever home in downtown Springfield. We are excited to take this next big step to secure and guarantee the community access to our services and programs.
This move will increase our service area reach and bring these much-needed services to Springfield. We are excited to show the community our new space. We are planning a COVID-appropriate opening and hope that you can join in person or via Zoom in December 2020.more » Read More