National Alliance on Mental Illness
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If you are meeting with candidates, use our Candidate Kit to provide additional information on NAMI and our priority issues. Print out the kit and deliver in a folder or email it as a follow-up to your visit.
NAMI's Candidate Kit isn't just for candidates. It's a great way to inform your friends, family and community about our organization and what we stand for.
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The 2014 elections will play a crucial role in health care in the United States. In order to ensure that this nation truly enhances the health and mental health of its citizens, thus improving the quality of life for those affected by mental illness, your voice and vote counts!
Regardless of your political views, it is important that you make every effort to connect with candidates. Help them understand that mental illness affects millions of individuals, from all cultures, races and income levels across our great nation.
Our elected officials must address critical problems this year. It is our job and obligation to inform them of issues and how their decisions will affect us. Your outreach, your votes will help influence how individuals and families affected by mental illness will experience treatment and support in the future; so please get involved.
You can help. Talk to candidates about mental illness and NAMI’s priorities—and vote. Your efforts will help shape how candidates vote on important issues like coverage for mental health care and mental health services.
It’s easy to get started. Visit the Mental Health Care Gets My Vote home page for questions to ask candidates, statements to post and suggestions on starting a dialogue. Download the Candidate Kit and educate candidates—and your community—about NAMI’s priority issues.
Join NAMI in making a difference this election year—vote mental health.
Thank you for your support of NAMI and for all you do for those affected by mental illness.
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