NAMI PSAs

NAMI public service ads help raise awareness and share information about NAMI programs, campaigns and ways to get involved. They are available for sharing across social media, digital and broadcast media.

It's Ok & You Are Not Alone

Thanks to our friends at WarnerMedia for producing two PSA’s that have run across the country. One with their HBO, TBS, TNT and TruTV talent titled It’s OK and the other with broadcaster Robin Meade for You Are Not Alone. They have made both available to the NAMI Alliance to download to share with your local media stations and run in your own social media pages.

NAMI’s “You are Not Alone” 30-second PSA Script is intended for local broadcasters (TV or radio) to have read on-camera by a station host or a local celebrity. This can also be used by NAMI affiliates and their community to create a spot for social media. The PSA script is accompanied by graphic cards with the calls to action to reach out to NAMI. An additional graphic card is included to customize on your own. Use downloadable resources that include end card graphics, editable files and the PSA script to create your own.

Additional PSAs

CureStigma

One in 5 Americans is affected by mental health conditions. Stigma is toxic to their mental health because it creates an environment of shame, fear and silence that prevents many people from seeking help and treatment. The perception of mental illness won’t change unless we act to change it.

StigmaFree

In a country where 1 in 5 people are affected by a mental health condition, it's time for all of us to step up and change the conversation. Join Mayim Bialik, Torrey DeVitto, Clark Gregg, Carly Chaikin and Morgan Stewart to pledge to be #StigmaFree. Learn more about StigmaFree.

Hope Starts With You

NAMI’s “Hope Starts With You” PSA series features the stories of two different individuals who are in need of mental health support. Watch “Brighter Day” and "Peace and Quiet" to learn about ways that you can spread hope to the millions of people affected by mental illness each and every day. Learn more about Hope Starts With You.