Our Mission is to work to improve the quality of life for mental health consumers and their families through community outreach, public education, advocacy and family support. We are a group of families, professionals and recovering persons with mental illness, dedicated to improving the care, treatment rehabilitation and status of people with mental illness.

NAMI Walk 

2nd Annual NAMI Greater Wheeling Walk on October 21 @Wheeling Park

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Latest News:

New Facebook Page

Like us on Facebook @NAMIGreaterWheeling We have a new Facebook page in addition to our NAMI Greater Wheeling private group!  Like and follow @NAMIGreaterWheeling so you can get our updates and information via social media. Share @NAMIGreaterWheeling on Facebook with your friends so we can connect with more people!  

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NAMI Greater Wheeling Welcomes Julie Gomez!

Julie Gomez is our new Program Coordinator who will be focused on community outreach.  She comes to NAMI with over 15 yeas of non-profit experience.  She recently moved to the Ohio Valley with her family and is excited to get involved in our community.  Please welcome Julie to NAMI.  You can reach Julie by calling-304-238-8277 […]

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New Blog Post by Devon Sleeth

  It’s May, guess what that means? It’s #mentalhealthawarenessmonth This might look like a normal black and white selfie. But there is so much more going on in the picture. On the outside I may look perfectly content, but on the inside; my mind is racing, my heart is pounding, I’m on the verge of […]

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NAMI Education Meetings

  The Tuesday NAMI Greater Wheeling Education meetings are currently under construction.  We plan to begin educational meetings with speakers and topics of interest to members of the community.  If you have any topics you may be interested in learning, please comment on our webpage.  Stay tuned to the website for additional updates.  Thank you […]

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Parent Support Group

OVMC offers a parent support group.  They meet at the Ohio Valley Medical Center’s Overlook Cafeteria, conference room B, from 6pm-7pm. on the first Monday of each month.  Many parents and guardians are raising children or adolescents who are experiencing mental or behavioral health issues or substance abuse concerns.  The support group is designed to […]

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