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NAMI Texas Panhandle


NAMI Texas Panhandle is dedicated to improving the quality of life of all individuals living with mental illness and their families through support, education, and advocacy.

In accordance with the Guidelines from the President and the CDC NAMI Texas Panhandle is currently not offering in-person classes.

Online Support Groups
NAMI Texas
Support groups for those with a mental health condition (Connection Support Group) and family members (Family Support Group)
A social support network with more than 220 condition-specific groups

Recovery International
Confidential, moderated peer-support meetings

Mental Health America
Specialized support group resources and tips for finding the right group for you

For Like Minds
Connect with others who are living with or supporting someone who lives with a mental health condition, substance use, or a stressful life event

American Addiction Centers
Virtual peer-hosted addiction support meetings

Eating Recovery Center/Insight Behavioral Health
Eating Recovery Center/Insight Behavioral Health has expanded virtual support groups to be open to community members and ERC alumni

Once COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, and we are able to meet in a group safely, we will continue offering the following programs:

  • NAMI Family-to-Family Class
  • NAMI Family & Friends Seminar
  • NAMI Family Support Group
  • NAMI Connection Support Group

Meeting and Class Location:

1401 S. Polk St., Room 105
Amarillo, TX  79101

(Space provided by Polk St. United Methodist Church.)

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Coronavirus Information 
Center for Disease Control
CDC information including travel advisories, recommendations, and latest impact numbers

Simple CDC guidelines for preventing the spread of coronavirus

Department of State Health Services
The latest from the state public health agency

NAMI Updates on Coronavirus
Updates and resource guide from NAMI

Managing Mental Health / Resources & Information 

Managing Anxiety & Stress

How to Survive Coronavirus Anxiety: 8 Tips from Mental Health Experts

How to Deal With Coronavirus If You Have OCD or Anxiety

Coronavirus Is Wreaking Havoc On Our Mental Health

Medication Access Information During COVID-19 from Mental Health America

North Texas Behavioral Health Authority’s COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line  833-251-7544
NTBHA is providing a dedicated 24/7 COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line for Dallas, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, and Rockwall County residents experiencing stress and anxiety related to the current state of emergency.

NAMI Panhandle has compiled these resources to serve only as general information. We do not guarantee that any service on this page is current or up-to-date. This list does not indicate an endorsement of any kind, and it does not represent all available community resources. Moreover, inclusion on this list does not indicate any type of relationship of any kind between NAMI Panhandle and the service provider. Please contact the service provider directly to learn more about available services.

Mental Health Resources for African Americans

NAMI’s identity and the cultural dimensions of mental health webpage.

LGBTIQ+ Resources

Latinx/Hispanic Resources

Resources for parents and caregivers of children

NAMI Basics OnDemand is a free, six-session online education course that was developed in response to the demand for a conveniently accessible version of NAMI Basics. Just like the in-person course, NAMI Basics OnDemand is geared toward the unique needs of parents, other caregivers and other family members who provide care for youth aged 22 or younger who are experiencing mental health symptoms. It is available online 24/7 and covers much of the same material as the in-person course. To learn more about NAMI Basics OnDemand by going to the following link: OnDemand

Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus
Tips from the Child Mind Institute on talking to kids about coronavirus in a reassuring way

Making the Most of COVID-19 School Closures
Tips on creating normalcy and routine for students at home due to school closures

Texas Education Agency
Support and Guidance

Resources for Texas Families from Families Empowered

Contact us!
Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 7691
Amarillo, TX  79114

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For more information, please contact:

NAMI Texas Panhandle 
(806) 570-7356


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