What is NAMI On Campus?


NAMI On Campus is a group of students who have come together to help other students get the help they need during difficult situations. UO NAMI raises awareness about the Peer Support group provided by NAMI of Lane County! It is associated and works closely with UO S.M.H.A., as both strive to remove the stigma associated with mental health at the University of Oregon! 

Want to join the team? Get involved or join us during SMHA's meetings!

NAMI Peer Support Group!


Every Tuesday from 6-7:30pm.


Peterson Room 102


of Oregon



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The Peer Support Group

NAMI Of Lane County has been providing trained facilitators to the U of O since 2013! These trained facilitators follow the principles of support from NAMI Connections and meet on a weekly basis for 90 minutes at a time. These FREE meetings are open to all adults regardless of University affiliation. 


Participants are welcome to drop by and share feelings, difficulties, and successes. This group is designed for you to connect with one another as well as connect across towards UO S.M.H.A.


"Be an advocate, Be a Friend, Be a Duck!"