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NAMI National Alliance on Mental Illness Pennsylvania, Bucks County 

Chapter is a grassroots advocacy organization comprised of families, friends, professionals, and people with brain disorders (mental illness). We are dedicated to improving the lives of people who must cope with devastating brain disorders.    Founded in 1983 by a small group of family members, NAMI PA Bucks County continues to grow and network in our community.




The 2014 Greater Philadelphia NAMI Walk is right around the corner.  Join our “Bucks for Brains” team or start your own team.  Registration information is available here.  NAMI Walk 



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Family members of persons with a serious brain disorder not only endure the initial shock of the illness, but then must face a challenging future learning to cope with the responsibility of caring for an ill relative.

The false information and stigma that surround brain disorders keeps many families from seeking the help, support, and information that they desperately need.


If you feel alone because of a serious mental illness in your family, NAMI can help.  Members of Bucks County NAMI have had similar experiences.    You will find reassuring support and understanding, as well as receive education about brain disorders, available treatments, and coping skills.

Contact NAMI PA Bucks County HELPLINE  by calling  1-866-399-NAMI (1-866-399-6264)



Contact NAMI PA Bucks County office by calling 215-442-5637

toll-free HELPLINE: 1-866-399-NAMI  (1-866-399-6264)

If you have any questions or for more information on local programs in our community, call above number or email 

If you have found this information helpful, won't you please consider supporting NAMI?  Your contribution will help us to continue helping millions of people living with mental illness.



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