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.
Medicare Part D Plans Are Changing. Open Enrollment Ends Dec. 7
Are your prescription medications covered by Medicare? You should check your plan to see if you need to make any changes.
Henderson Behavioral Health Advancing Early Intervention
NAMI recognizes Henderson Behavioral Health in south Florida for their efforts in mental health support and treatment.
Smoking and Mental Health: Why Is It Harder for People with Mental Illness to Quit Smoking?
Examining research about effective strategies for people living with mental illness who want to quit smoking.
The Holiday Blues Press Release
High expectations, loneliness and stress can lead to the “Holiday Blues” during the season from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. In most cases symptoms are temporary, but they can be serious if they last for more than two weeks, leading to clinical anxiety and/or depression.
2015 Health Insurance Open Enrollment Starts Nov. 15
If you don’t have health insurance now is the time to get it.
The Center for Health Care Services: Focusing on Person-Centered Treatment
Asten Jones, peer support specialist from The Center for Health Care Services talks about the importance of integrated and person-centered care.
The Jim Effect
When you share your story, the NAMI Effect grows.Read Jim's story and share your own. Hope starts with you.
My Time of Service is Over, But My Time to Serve Never Ends
NAMI observes Veterans Day and wants to recognize the sacrifices made by so many members of the military past and present and their families.
The War We Aren't Trained to Fight
A review of The Invisible Front
, a story of mental health in the military.
Gratitude and Grit: How Practicing Appreciation Can Help Your Well-Being
Saying thanks and having a bit of determination can go a long way in helping your mental health.
The Price of Silence: A Mom's Perspective on Mental Illness
Author Liza Long is known for her viral blog post, "I am Adam Lanza's Mother" on what it's like to be a parent of a child living with mental illness.
The NAMI Effect
Hope starts with you.
YANA: Storms Make Trees Take Deeper Roots
Finding strength and sharing love in the fight against mental illness.
Stopping Schizophrenia in Its Tracks
When the right supports and services are available, tragedies can be prevented.
NAMI Advocacy Update: October 2014
Helping people who are experiencing homelessness, Medicare Part D enrollment begins, and NAMI Policy team directors take on Twitter.
Is It Worth Getting Worked Up Over Halloween Costumes?
People still think it’s OK to dress up as “psychos” for Halloween. That’s the scary part.
Go Vote. Mental Health Care Depends On It.
Get to know your candidates before you go to the polls. They can have a big impact on health care.
The Village: Opening Doors for Those in Need
By tailoring services for each person, the Village is making a lasting impression on mental health programs across the nation.
You Are Not Alone Ad
You are not alone
Trying to Test for Psychosis Risk
Early research has found that a blood test could help identify people who might later go on to develop psychosis.