Hope is Within Reach

By Elaine Peng | Dec. 18, 2017

"During my years of volunteer work, I have been constantly reminded that I’m not alone. After struggling on my own and feeling helpless for a long time, I now know that there are so many people experiencing similar struggles."

NAMI’s 2017 Gift Giving Guide

By Katrina Gay | Dec. 14, 2017

Tis the season to give to others and to causes that make a difference for those in need. This year, you can do both by considering gifts that adorn and delight while also giving back to NAMI.

Life on the Line

By Christine Allen | Dec. 11, 2017

Whether we’re advocating, supporting, educating or increasing awareness, NAMI is here to help. Providing answers on the HelpLine is a core way we do that.

Keys to Managing Schizophrenia

By Andrew Downing | Dec. 08, 2017

"Schizophrenia is not a hopeless situation—people living with schizophrenia can experience recovery and live fulfilling lives. I’m an example of that."

Sharing My Mental Health Journey on Stage

By Ryann Tanap | Dec. 06, 2017

"I’ve learned that creatively expressing my emotions, thoughts, worries and fears through art—and sharing that art with others—helps my recovery. And I believe that no matter what you’re going through, the arts might be able to help you cope as well."

Learning to Change in Order to Heal

By Melisma Cox | Dec. 04, 2017

"For therapy to work, you have to be open to change. You have to accept that your way of thinking may be wrong and that your beliefs may be what is making you sick... I am proud to say that I changed."

Millennials and Mental Health

By Jenny Marie | Dec. 01, 2017

Millennials are more likely to talk about mental health than their parents or grandparents. And as more young people speak out, the stigma surrounding mental illness is beginning to lessen.

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