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Tuesday, May 02, 2017

"Just For Men" Support Group

Adult Children of Alcoholics 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Families Anonymous 7:30pm - 12:00pm

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

"Just For Men" Support Group

Adult Children of Alcoholics 5:45pm - 6:45pm

Saturday, May 06, 2017

"Just For Men" Support Group

Sunday, May 07, 2017

"Just For Men" Support Group

Monday, May 08, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 5:45pm - 6:45pm

Thursday, May 11, 2017

NAMI Connections 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Friday, May 12, 2017

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Monday, May 15, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 12:00pm - 1:00pm

NAMI-DKK FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Families Anonymous 7:30pm - 12:00pm

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 5:45pm - 6:45pm

Thursday, May 18, 2017

NAMI Connections 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Friday, May 19, 2017

Oak Park MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) 9:00am - 11:00am

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

Autism Awareness & Support Group 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Families Anonymous 7:30pm - 12:00pm

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 5:45pm - 6:45pm

Thursday, May 25, 2017

NAMI Connections 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Friday, May 26, 2017

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Monday, May 29, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Families Anonymous 7:30pm - 12:00pm

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Adult Children of Alcoholics 5:45pm - 6:45pm

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All events for this month.

"Just For Men" Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Mon of every month

Categories:

Support group that caters to the needs of the fathers dealing with individuals with autism or other mental impairments. This group is male run and an important component to The Answer Inc..

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Joseph Center (lower level)
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd
Forest Park, il 60130
Phone: 708.969.5637
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Admission:

"Just For Men" Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Tue of every month

Categories:

Support group that caters to the needs of the fathers dealing with individuals with autism or other mental impairments. This group is male run and an important component to The Answer Inc..

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Joseph Center (lower level)
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd
Forest Park, il 60130
Phone: 708.969.5637
View Map

Admission:

"Just For Men" Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Wed of every month

Categories:

Support group that caters to the needs of the fathers dealing with individuals with autism or other mental impairments. This group is male run and an important component to The Answer Inc..

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Joseph Center (lower level)
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd
Forest Park, il 60130
Phone: 708.969.5637
View Map

Admission:

"Just For Men" Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Thu of every month

Categories:

Support group that caters to the needs of the fathers dealing with individuals with autism or other mental impairments. This group is male run and an important component to The Answer Inc..

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Joseph Center (lower level)
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd
Forest Park, il 60130
Phone: 708.969.5637
View Map

Admission:

"Just For Men" Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Fri of every month

Categories:

Support group that caters to the needs of the fathers dealing with individuals with autism or other mental impairments. This group is male run and an important component to The Answer Inc..

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Joseph Center (lower level)
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd
Forest Park, il 60130
Phone: 708.969.5637
View Map

Admission:

"Just For Men" Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Sat of every month

Categories:

Support group that caters to the needs of the fathers dealing with individuals with autism or other mental impairments. This group is male run and an important component to The Answer Inc..

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Joseph Center (lower level)
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd
Forest Park, il 60130
Phone: 708.969.5637
View Map

Admission:

"Just For Men" Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Sun of every month

Categories:

Support group that caters to the needs of the fathers dealing with individuals with autism or other mental impairments. This group is male run and an important component to The Answer Inc..

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Joseph Center (lower level)
7600 W. Roosevelt Rd
Forest Park, il 60130
Phone: 708.969.5637
View Map

Admission:

Bipolar Support Group Beginning

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Mon of every month

Categories:

A bipolar support group, that is open to anyone in the community who has been diagnosed as bipolar or with manic depression, will be hosted by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.The numbers of people with this diagnosis is increasing; therefore the need for a support group is also growing. Marnie Rourke, a retired pastor who is a member of the congregation, with a background in pastoral counseling, will facilitate the support group. Marnie herself is bipolar so she understands what this is all about from the inside out.While there is a need for families and friends walking with those with bipolar disorder to have their own support group, it should be noted that this support group is only for those living with this diagnosis. If you have any questions please call Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at 708-848-4741.

Where:
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
611 Randolph St
Oak Park, IL Phone: 708-848-4741
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Admission:

DEPRESSION & BIPOLAR SUPPORT ALLIANCE

Network of Care for Mental Health

Second Tue of every month

Categories:

Fox Valley: Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at:
Behavioral Health Services Bldg.
Campus of Central DuPage Hosp.
27 W 350 Highlake Rd.
Winfield Rd., Winfield, IL.
Contact person: Judy Kramer, Pres.
Phone: 630-466-4851
Email: Judykramer@MCHSI.com
Website: www.DBSAFoxvalley.org

Related Web site: www.DBSAFoxvalley.org

Where:
Behavioral Health Services Bldg.
Campus of Central DuPage Hosp.
27 W 350 Highlake Rd.
Winfield, Il Phone: 630-466-4851
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Admission:

Job Readiness Program

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Mon of every month

Categories:

Lack of sustainable employment is the most signi􀏐icant factor contributing to economic instability in
the lives of our clients..Job Readiness Program
Lack of sustainable employment is the most signi􀏐icant factor contributing to economic instability in
the lives of our clients. Unfortunately, in today's incredibly tight job market, many of WIM's clients
face not only extra competition for fewer opportunities, but also the additional challenge of not being
"Job Ready." The objective of WIM's Job Readiness Program is to enhance our clients' employability
through one‐on‐one sessions with experienced HR professionals and computer instructors to assess
optimal job opportunities, improve presentation and communications skills, create resumes and
cover letters, practice interviewing and develop basic computer and internet skills required to
search and apply for jobs online. Walk‐In Ministry also collaborates with community agencies to
provide job leads or placement services for program participants.

Related Web site: www.walk-inministryoprf.org

Admission:

Job Readiness Program

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Fri of every month

Categories:

Lack of sustainable employment is the most signi􀏐icant factor contributing to economic instability in
the lives of our clients..Job Readiness Program
Lack of sustainable employment is the most signi􀏐icant factor contributing to economic instability in
the lives of our clients. Unfortunately, in today's incredibly tight job market, many of WIM's clients
face not only extra competition for fewer opportunities, but also the additional challenge of not being
"Job Ready." The objective of WIM's Job Readiness Program is to enhance our clients' employability
through one‐on‐one sessions with experienced HR professionals and computer instructors to assess
optimal job opportunities, improve presentation and communications skills, create resumes and
cover letters, practice interviewing and develop basic computer and internet skills required to
search and apply for jobs online. Walk‐In Ministry also collaborates with community agencies to
provide job leads or placement services for program participants.

Related Web site: www.walk-inministryoprf.org

Admission:

Oak Park MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

Network of Care for Mental Health

Third Fri of every month starting at 9:00am

Categories:

Support for mothers of children birth-5 years old. Craft projects, guest speakers and fellowship from a Christian perspective..

Related Web site: www.oakparkmops.com

Where:
First Presbyterian Church
7551 Quick Ave
River Forest, IL 603
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Admission:

Oak Park MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers)

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Fri of every month starting at 9:00am

Categories:

Support for mothers of children birth-5 years old. Craft projects, guest speakers and fellowship from a Christian perspective..

Related Web site: www.oakparkmops.com

Where:
First Presbyterian Church
7551 Quick Ave
River Forest, IL 603
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Admission:

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Network of Care for Mental Health

Weekly on Tue starting at 12:00pm

Categories:

Related Web site: http://www.allone.com/12/aca/

Where:
St Luke's Presbyterian Church
3910 Highland
Downers Grove, IL View Map

Admission:

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Network of Care for Mental Health

Weekly on Wed starting at 5:45pm

Categories:

Related Web site: http://www.allone.com/12/aca/

Where:
North Side Alano Club
5555 N. Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL View Map

Admission:

Autism Awareness & Support Group

Network of Care for Mental Health

Fourth Mon of every month starting at 6:30pm

Categories:

Support group to raise awareness and provide support to families affected by Autism and/or other Developmental Disorders meet the 4th Monday of each month..Professional childcare is available and refreshments are served. During the first hour, a volunteer will present a specific autism or special needs topic. The presenter will also provide updated resources and available services. The second hour is used to share experiences and provide support to one another.

Related Web site: http://www.theanswerinc.org/services

Where:
Forest Park Community Center
7640 W. Jackson
Forest Park, IL 60130
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Admission:

NAMI-DKK FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS

Network of Care for Mental Health

Second Tue of every month starting at 6:30pm

Categories:

These support groups provide relevant information, valuable insight, and the opportunity to engage in support networks. The groups are led by family members that have been trained in classes provided by NAMI Illinois..Elgin (NAMI Kane County North):
2nd Tuesday 6:30-8:00 p.m.
St, Joseph Hospital
(St. Mary's Room lower level)
Call Laurie 847-695-7957

Related Web site: www.nami.org

Where:
St, Joseph Hospital
(St. Mary's Room lower level)
Elgin, IL Phone: 847-695-7957
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Admission:

Adult Children of Alcoholics

Network of Care for Mental Health

Weekly on Mon starting at 7:00pm

Categories:

Related Web site: http://www.allone.com/12/aca/

Admission:

NAMI-DKK FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS

Network of Care for Mental Health

Third Tue of every month starting at 7:00pm

Categories:

These support groups provide relevant information, valuable insight, and the opportunity to engage in support networks. The groups are led by family members that have been trained in classes provided by NAMI Illinois..NAMI-DKK FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS

(No charge, no reservations needed)

These support groups provide relevant information, valuable insight, and the opportunity to engage in support networks. The groups are led by family members that have been trained in classes provided by NAMI Illinois. Family members are invited to join more than one group to provide more frequent support.

Aurora:
3rd Tuesday of the month,
from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
The McDermott room, Provena Mercy Hospital (lower level), in Aurora.
630-761-6971 (Buzz Hays)

Related Web site: www.nami.org

Where:
The McDermott room, Provena Mercy Hospital
Aurora, Il Phone: 630-761-6971

Buzz Hays

Phone: 630-761-6971
Web: www.nami.org

Admission:

NAMI-DKK FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS

Network of Care for Mental Health

First Thu of every month starting at 7:00pm

Categories:

These support groups provide relevant information, valuable insight, and the opportunity to engage in support networks. The groups are led by family members that have been trained in classes provided by NAMI Illinois..St. Charles:
1st Thursday of the month at 7 p.m.
The Congregational United Church of Christ, 40W451 Fox Mill Blvd. St. Charles, IL. (To get there, go west on Route 64 to Fox Mill Blvd. and turn left. The church is south of Fox Mill on the left. The entrance is on the south corner from the parking lot.)
630-584-7481 (Lynette Niequist)

Related Web site: www.nami.org

Where:
The Congregational United Church of Christ
40W451 Fox Mill Blvd.
St. Charles, IL Phone: 630-584-7481
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Admission:

NAMI-DKK FAMILY SUPPORT GROUPS

Network of Care for Mental Health

Second Tue of every month starting at 7:00pm

Categories:

These support groups provide relevant information, valuable insight, and the opportunity to engage in support networks. The groups are led by family members that have been trained in classes provided by NAMI Illinois..Yorkville:
2nd Tuesday of the Month
7:00 to 8:30 pm
Yorkville Congregational Church
409 Center Parkway,
Yorkville, IL 60560
630-779-4933 (Carrie)

Related Web site: www.nami.org

Where:
Yorkville Congregational Church
409 Center Parkway
Yorkville, Il 60560
Phone: 690-779-4933
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Admission:

Families Anonymous

Network of Care for Mental Health

Weekly on Tue starting at 7:30pm

Categories:

A support group to help relatives and friends of people with alcohol, drug or emotional problems..Families Anonymous (FA), a support group to help relatives and friends of people with alcohol, drug or emotional problems,

Meets every Tuesday, 7:30 PM, at First United Church, 848 Lake Street, Oak Park. Enter from the parking lot behind the Church off Kenilworth.

We meet on the first floor in room #14. Meetings are free and open to all, with no religious affiliation required. We welcome visitors. More information about this and other meetings at

Related Web site: http://familiesanonymous.org/meeting-locator/

Where:
First United Church of Oak Park
848 West Lake Street
Oak Park, IL 60301
Phone: (708) 214-4933
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Admission:

NAMI Connections

Network of Care for Mental Health

Weekly on Thu starting at 7:30pm

Categories:

Weekly on Thursday from 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM. **Call ahead to get more information and to become enrolled. 708-524-2582.

Related Web site: http://www.namimetsub.org

Where:
NAMI Drop-In Center
816 Harrison St
Oak Park, IL 60301
Phone: 708-524-2582
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Admission:

 
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