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(To find an affiliate near you, use Find Your Local NAMI available at https://org/get-involved/join.) For information about the social opportunities, warm lines and support groups in the Philadelphia area: The Family-to-Family Education Program provides the opportunity to learn about the major mental illnesses from trained family members.
This free 12-week program discusses the treatment of these illnesses and teaches the knowledge and skills that family members need to cope more effectively.
Please visit for information and resources related to mental and behavioral health problems in children and adolescents and suggested online resources.
There, you will also find a link to an application for NAMI PA, Main Line’s Back to Top Many individuals with severe mental illness will find it necessary, or at least helpful, to apply for disability income and Medicaid and/or Medicare.
For crisis line numbers in the Philadelphia area, click here (https://namipamainline.org/crisis-numbers/).
To access the menus on this page please perform the following steps. Information about how to understand and navigate the adult inpatient hospitalization system can be found here.Information about assistance in paying for prescriptions is available at: Back to Top For helpful advice, an overview of types of housing for adults with mental illness, and resources for finding housing in Pennsylvania, see https://namipamainline.org/housing-options-for-people-living-with-mental-illness/. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If there is an immediate danger of physical harm, call 911. How can an adult with mental illness find social opportunities or a support group? How can a family member of someone with mental illness find information, resources, help and/or support? What can I do if my loved one with mental illness refuses treatment? What can I do if my loved one with mental illness has been arrested or is behaving in ways which may result in arrest?