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Join NAMI in New Orleans for the Annual Convention connecting people affected by mental illness with resources, research and support.
During the month of May, NAMI will observe Mental Health Month to raise awareness of mental illness. This year, NAMI is launching "CureStigma," a new campaign that positions stigma as a “social virus” that is spreading across America.
Following the release of the Fiscal Year 2018 federal appropriations package, NAMI is extremely grateful for the increased investments in mental health services and supports. By including significant funding increases for these programs, Congress has taken a crucial step to support individuals with mental illness and their families.
NAMI is deeply saddened by the tragic school shooting that occurred yesterday in Parkland, Florida. Here are steps we can take now to educate and intervene early to break down barriers of understanding, and put an end to the stigma that often prevents people from getting the help they so desperately need.
A report released today by NAMI reveals new information about the ongoing barriers people with mental illness experience when trying to find affordable, quality mental health care.
On November 8, NAMI was honored as the beneficiary of 100 Women in Finance’s annual gala in New York City. The event broke their previous fundraising record and raised $2.6 million. We are extremely honored by this gift, which will dramatically change how we deliver our programs to women and their families at all levels of our alliance.
The LIS program—which helps more than 11 million low-income Medicare beneficiaries afford medications—could restrict prescription drug access and increase costs for millions of already vulnerable Medicare beneficiaries.
NAMI expressed relief that the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson health reform bill was pulled from an expected vote this week.
NAMI is saddened to hear the news that former-Senator Pete Domenici of New Mexico has passed away. Senator Domenici worked tirelessly to educate his colleagues about mental illness and the need to improve mental health services and supports.
The United States Senate unanimously confirmed Elinore McCance-Katz, M.D., as the first ever Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders. This new federal leadership position was created by Congress as part of the 21st Century Cures Act of 2016.
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