NAMI Anchorage —Anchorage’s Voice on Mental Illness.
NAMI Anchorage, founded in 1984, is a peer-operated nonprofit affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. We provide support, education and advocacy to people who experience mental illness and their families and friends. We help people affected by all mental illnesses We also support people affected by both mental illness and chemical addiction.
NAMI Anchorage provides peer support because our activities are facilitated by people who are, themselves, experiencing or being affected by mental illness.
NAMI Anchorage educates the community about mental illness, spreads the word about the possibility of recovery and combats the scourge of stigma. We hold the free Family-to-Family 12-week class twice a year and give presentations throughout the community.
Anchorage Mental Health Consumer Web
Anchorage Community Mental Health Services, Inc.
Anchorage Police Department CRISIS INTERVENTION TEAM (CIT)
Alaska Psychiatric Institute
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
NAMI Anchorage advocates for people affected by mental illness on two levels. On the personal level, we assist consumers and family members in solving problems, navigating the mental health system and practicing self-advocacy with professional caregivers. On the public level, we give public testimony and engage in other advocacy to promote administrative policies and legislation that improve the lives of consumers and families.
With NAMI Anchorage, if you or someone you love is facing mental illness,
you don't have to face it alone!
144 w. 15th Street
Anchorage, AK 99501
(Between Cordova and "C" Streets)
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