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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

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

Emotional Eating: When Food = Love

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

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


Health Insurance and Mental Health Services

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

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


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

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?

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

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

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

Hope starts with you.

You Are Not Alone Ad

You are not alone

NAMI Applauds Federal Stay of Texas Execution of Scott Panetti

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

There is a day to give thanks, two days to shop, and now a day to give back.

Inspiring Innovation through Connect4MentalHealth Partnerships

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

What I’m Thankful for at NAMI

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

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

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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