Call for more info: 563-322-8870
NAMI Scott County is now
NAMI of the Greater Mississippi Valley!
Serving the Iowa/Illinois Quad Cities and outlying areas including Scott, Clinton and Muscatine counties in Iowa and Rock Island, Mercer and northern Henry County in Illinois.
NAMI Greater Mississippi Valley is an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Locally, we serve as a community voice on mental illness empowering people toward recovery through:
support, education, advocacy
Find Help, Find Hope. Recovery is possible.
Office Hours: 10:00am - 2:00pm
1706 Brady St. Ste. 101,
Davenport, IA 52803
NAMI Walks is NAMI’s signature event, where thousands of concerned citizens in more than 50 communities across the nation will Walk for the Minds of America to raise money and awareness about our country's need for a world-class treatment and recovery system for people with mental illness.
Click on the NAMIWalk logo above to access that website.
Saturday, September 28th
Schwiebert Park, Rock Island,IL
NAMIWalk Volunteer Meeting
Monday, June 10, 2013
NAMI GMV Office
Walk Managers: Greg & Teri Paulline
Walk Sponsor Co-Chairs:
Angela Gallagher & Becky Allgood
For information on all of our support, education and advocacy services, review here: general brochure.
Sign up for our FREE
signature education classes today!
Currently taking names for our spring classes:
Family to Family
FREE 12 week course for families and friends of individuals living with mental illness.
Taking names for our summer/fall class -
FREE 10 week recovery education course for individuals living with mental illness who are interested in maintaining their wellness and recovery.
Call NAMI to place your name of the next class kist
to be held in Davenport: 563-322-8870
FREE 6 week course for parents/caregivers of children & adolescents (13 & under) living with mental illness
For more information on these classes, click on the Education tab at the top of this page.
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Mental illness does not discriminate...