Reporting program data is quick, easy – and important! Your responses help us forge NAMI Smarts for Advocacy into a more effective tool to mobilize grassroots advocates and bring the voice of lived experience into the public policy debate.  Regular reporting provides the evidence to understand:

  • What is working
  • What needs to be changed and how
  • Who are we serving
  • What impact are we having

Reporting also helps us stay accountable to our Boards of Directors and funders at the local, state and national level. 

Steps to report your workshops:

  1. Gather the completed Participant Evaluation Forms from your workshop.
  2. Enter the Presentation Report online at:

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