Lighting the NAMI Rainbow Mar. 27, 2015 NAMI offers mental health support for anyone, regardless of race, gender, class, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity. Alex shares what is was like to come from the LGBTQ field to a mental health organization. Read More. I Heard Myself In His Mother’s Screams Mar. 20, 2015 It took police approximately 18 seconds for police to determine Jason Harrison was dangerous enough to kill, even though his mother had only called for them to take him to a hospital. Read More. A Family Struggles with Mental Illness Linked to History Mar. 20, 2015 In The Girl from Human Street, Roger Cohen details his family's passage through time, around the world and struggles with mental illness. Read More. What’s New on the NAMI Bookshelf? Mar. 16, 2015 Tips for busting anxiety, overcoming trauma, managing bipolar disorder and an individual's struggle with mental illness and becoming a writer are some of the new reads on the NAMI bookshelf. Read More. Putting a Band-Aid on a Bullet Wound Doesn’t Make Sense Mar. 12, 2015 And neither does speaking to Veterans in ways they can't relate. The film That Which I Love Destroys Me follows two Special Operations Soldiers and the new battle they faced once they returned home: the effects and stigma of PTSD. Read More. How Do We Fix America’s Mental Health Care System? Mar. 12, 2015 Spending on mental health services has perilously dropped, leaving many people without the support they need to manage and live with a mental illness. Read More. Book Review: The Chocolate Debacle Mar. 06, 2015 Trey Barkley is a professional dog walker who lives with schizophrenia. When he finds himself accused of the murder, the subsequent events threaten to destroy his livelihood, his freedom and his sanity Read More. The Benefits of Integrating Behavioral Health into Primary Care Mar. 06, 2015 The Clinton Foundation held its annual Health Matters Summit at the end of January. One of the focuses this year was finding ways to ensure more people have access to mental health care. Read More. Helping Get Teens Talking About Mental Health Mar. 06, 2015 Say It Out Loud is NAMI's new project to help encourage teens to stand up, open up and get help for their mental health. Read More.