State Mental Health Cuts: The Continuing Crisis
The latest report from NAMI shows the nation’s mental health crisis is continuing to deepen.
Mental Health Cuts: The "Super Committee" Debate
Congressional leaders targeting Medicaid, critical safety net programs, mental health research and more.
New Study: NAMI Family Education “Significantly” Improves Coping with Mental Illness
NAMI’s Family-to-Family Education program “significantly” improves coping and problem-solving abilities of family members of individuals living with mental illness
Primary Care Doctors are Critical to Detecting Mental illness in Children;
NAMI Family Survey includes the "Top Five" Most Helpful Things a Doctor Can Say
Honor Your Heroes!
The 2008 "Welcome Back Awards" recognize individuals who have made great strides in battling depression, or improved the lives of those struggling with the illness. Nominations are being accepted through Nov. 12.
Join the Club
In this cover story from the current issue of Schizophrenia Digest, meet some of the people who are successfully managing their illness through the Clubhouse model.
From Mental Illness to Spiritual Wisdom: A Father-Daughter Odyssey
NAMI is pleased to present the full audio of this moving presentation by Tom and Barb Zanzig, who found profound spiritual lessons in learning to cope with bipolar disorder as a family member and consumer, respectively.
Millie Smiley steps "out of the shadow"
Susan Smiley talks to Schizophrenia Digest about her documentary "out of the shadow." The story includes excerpts from the film.
Study Looks at Treatment-Resistant Depression
Initial results from NIMH study measure effectiveness of depression treatment.
Patty Duke: wise, witty and kicking stigma
Patty Duke speaks with bp Magazine about her life with bipolar disorder and how she is now helping fight stigma as an advocate.
NAMI Applauds ABC-TV Network Affiliates Broadcasting "Shadow Voices" Documentary
NAMI applauds ABC-TV affiliate stations, which at their discretion will broadcast the documentary, "Shadow Voices: Finding Hope in Mental Illness," beginning Sunday, December 4th and running through February 4th.
Proceedings from Breakout VIII
Breakout VIII a National Conference on PsychoSocial Rehabilitation and Deafness held their conference in conjunction with the NAMI 2004 Convention. Read the proceedings from this groundbreaking event.
The Medication Journey
Adherence is an issue that confronts anyone working to manage a difficult medical condition. bp Magazine investigates the unique challenges faced by those with mental illness and offers insight for those facing the medication journey.
Peer-to-Peer in Mexico
The Spanish translation of NAMI's Peer-to-Peer Recovery Education Course is underway. A recent training in Mexico got things started.
NAMI Announces "STAR" Center
NAMI has inaugurated a new technical assistance center to help improve and increase the capacity of consumer-operated programs to meet the needs of persons living with mental illnesses in diverse communities.
NAMI Faces: Ramiro's Story
From abuse, addiction and jail to a better life. Read this powerful account of one man's journey along the path to mental illness recovery.
Supreme Court Upholds Right under ADA to Sue States for Discrimination
In a split decision, on May 17th, 2004, the Supreme Court allowed citizens with disabilities to sue the state of Tennessee for monetary damages under Title II of the American With Disabilities Act (ADA), in the Tennessee v. Lane case.
NAMI Launches National Campaign
Law enforcement, education, business, and health care leaders join forces. State campaigns to go in Florida, Iowa, W. Virginia, Maine, Kentucky, and Mass.
Consumer Leadership Opportunity
NAMI Consumer Council calls for dialogue to identify consensus goals that promote recovery.
What You Said About the Economic Impact of Mental Illness on Your Life
View the results of our online survey about the economic effects of mental illness.