NEED HELP NOW?
Oh, oh - sensory overload possible!
July 3, 2018
Supporting a friend after someone dies from suicide
June 10, 2018
Suicide is rising dramatically
June 7, 2018
Experience panic attacks or anxiety?
June 6, 2018
Words Matter - really
May 20, 2018
Events for those of us on the Autism Spectrum
March 29, 2018
When a deficit leads us to strength
March 18, 2018
Free Expression - Art Workshop for Adults on Spectrum
March 14, 2018
Eugene, OR Hearing Voices Support Group
March 9, 2018
Art as medicine
February 24, 2018
Can you really do therapy over the phone?
September 30, 2017
If you are interested in talking with others about your experiences around voice hearing, the support group in Eugene, OR has added a monthly meeting. This group is a safe, accepting, peer-led place to share and explore experiences such as hearing voices, having visions, and unusual or extreme states of consciousness and is jointly sponsored by Lane Independent Living Alliance (LILA), NAMI Lane County, and Eugene/Springfield Hearing Voices. This group is open to everyone who hears voices, sees visions, experiences extreme states and/or has unusual beliefs, whether or not a person has a mental health diagnosis or takes medication and aims to be inclusive, non-judgmental, pro-treatment choice and pro-diversity.
The group will now meet twice monthly, 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 1 - 2:30 PM, at the Lane Independent Living Alliance (LILA), 20 E. 13th Ave., Eugene, OR.
For additional support, You can also join Eugene Hearing Voices on FaceBook
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