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bp Magazine new edition: Tackling Anger
Anger. Everyone experiences this intense emotion from time to time. It's a normal, usually healthy response to internal or external events. But when we can't control our anger-and instead let anger control us-it can jeopardize our personal and professional relationships, which in turn deteriorates our quality of life.

Hurricane Relief Resource Guide
NAMI is providing a listing of resources for consumers and families that are affected by Hurricanes Ike & Gustav.


Working Together for Common Ministry

10/01/2014
Clergy don't often have the tools necessary to help congregants with mental illness. This is how we can change that.

Why Punishing Challenging Behavior Doesn’t Work

10/01/2014
Working together with your child to solve is mutually beneficial.

Working Together for Common Ministry

10/01/2014
Clergy don't often have the tools necessary to help congregants with mental illness. This is how we can change that.

NAMI Advocacy Update: September 2014

9/24/2014
NAMI advocates work to reform mental health, Senate Judiciary Committee passes legislation to give offenders a second chance, and a webinar teaching you how to advocate for CIT.

YANA: This is Why I Walk

9/24/2014
Mental illness is a part of all of our lives in one way or another—it shouldn't have to be a secret.

“Why Do Y’all Have Tattoos?”

9/24/2014
A simple question can have a much bigger impact than you'd expect.

Please Like Me, a TV Comedy with a Social Action Twist

9/19/2014
NAMI held a screening of Please Like Me on Capitol Hill to raise awareness about mental illness.

The CIT Movement: Being More Like MADD

9/19/2014
Often, all law enforcement need is to be informed about the issue by advocates.

Art and Craft: A Documentary of Unusual Healing

9/18/2014
Mark Landis is a prolific art forger who also just happens to live with schizophrenia.

MIAW Homepage Ad

9/18/2014
Mental Illness Awareness Week, Oct. 5-11, 2014

Discussion Groups Homepage Ad

9/15/2014
Join the NAMI Discussion Groups.

Change Starts with Us

9/10/2014
It's National Suicide Prevention Month. Providing resources and education can help stem the tide of suicides on college campuses.

Suicide Prevention Awareness Hero

9/10/2014
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Learn more at NAMI.org/SuicidePrevention

How is Your Health Insurance Treating You?

9/09/2014
Changes in our nation’s health care system should mean that people will have better access to mental health services. But will they?

NAMI’s Convention Was a Colorful Panorama, Energizing People for the Year Ahead

9/09/2014
The 2014 NAMI National Convention is in the books. Here are some of the highlights.

NAMI Calls on Congress to Act—by the Thousands

9/04/2014
NAMI issued a powerful call to action this week as its national convention opened in Washington, D.C. Approximately 1,500 NAMI members descended on Capitol Hill to meet with congressional staff.

Book Review: Shadows in the Sun

9/04/2014
In a culture where family reputation is all, and expression of emotional pain is taboo, mental illness is seen as a personal failing.

Get Ready to #Act4MentalHealth

9/03/2014
On Sept. 4, mental health advocates will head to Capitol Hill and take action online to push for comprehensive mental health care.

Technology as a Tool for Recovery—A Promising Practice

8/29/2014
In many communities, we see innovative solutions emerging that offer hope to many while providing effective approaches to improving lives.

Voice Awards Honor Advocates, Films and TV Shows

8/28/2014
NAMI recognizes the advocates, films and television shows that portray mental illness in a respectful way.

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