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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.


People with Mental Illness in the Criminal Justice System: A Cry for Help

12/18/2014
Each year 2 million with mental illness are arrested. How can we improve the system?

Emotional Eating: When Food = Love

12/17/2014
Food can provide comfort, but it's only a quick fix for situations that may need a longer-term solution.

Stopping the Holidays from Getting You Down

12/17/2014
We asked you for a list of things you do to cope with holiday stress. Here's what you said.

Congress Completes Action on FY 2015 “Omnibus” Appropriations Bill

12/16/2014

Health Insurance and Mental Health Services

12/15/2014
What does your health insurance coverage mean for the mental health care you are able to get?

Mental Health Investment By States Slowed in 2014

12/11/2014
NAMI just released a report tracking the progress made in each state this year in regards to mental health legislation.

Convention

12/10/2014
Join us next year in San Francisco

Mental Health Reforms Have Slowed Since the Newtown Tragedy; NAMI Report Shows Minnesota, Virginia and Wisconsin among Exemplary Leaders in 2014

12/09/2014
Momentum for reform of the nation's mental health care system slowed in 2014 as a result of failure by Congress to enact comprehensive mental health care legislation and a decrease in the number of states strengthening investment in mental health services.

Who is Upstream Pushing Them In?

12/09/2014
People in need often turn to their faith leaders and faith community for help. Jewish Child & Family Services is working to identify issues before they become serious.

Who is Upstream Pushing Them In?

12/09/2014
People in need often turn to their faith leaders and faith community for help. Jewish Child & Family Services is working to identify issues before they become serious.

NAMI Applauds Stay of Execution in Panetti Case

12/05/2014
NAMI and other advocates won a victory—at least temporarily, when the scheduled execution of Scott Panetti was halted with only seven hours to spare.

10 Tips to Beat the Holiday Blues

12/05/2014
Many people find that the holidays make symptoms of depression and anxiety worse. Here are some ideas on how to make the season a little better.

The NAMI Effect

12/03/2014
Hope starts with you.

You Are Not Alone Ad

12/03/2014
You are not alone

NAMI Applauds Federal Stay of Texas Execution of Scott Panetti

12/03/2014
NAMI is grateful to the Federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals for staying tonight's scheduled execution of Scott Panetti, a man who has lived with severe schizophrenia for more than 30 years. 

Giving Tuesday Hero

12/02/2014
There is a day to give thanks, two days to shop, and now a day to give back.

Inspiring Innovation through Connect4MentalHealth Partnerships

12/02/2014
NAMI recognizes promising mental health practices in your local communities through our Community Innovation Awards.

What I’m Thankful for at NAMI

11/25/2014
It's easy to get distracted and forget that there are so many people that help try to make life better.

NAMI Advocacy Update: November 2014

11/24/2014
Taking action on supported housing, making the lame duck Congressional session not so lame and how NAMI California is leading the advocacy charge.

The Karen Effect

11/24/2014
It was the sense of belonging, of being cared for in this most basic way, that Karen and her family needed most.

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