2017 | NAMI
Google Partners with NAMI to Shed Light on Clinical Depression

Aug 24, 2017

NAMI believes that awareness of depression can help empower, educate and enable quicker access to treatment. That's why we partnered with Google to ensure that their new "Check if You’re Clinically Depressed" feature is accurate and useful.

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Mary Giliberti Appointed to Federal Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee

Aug 16, 2017

NAMI Chief Executive Officer Mary Giliberti has been selected to serve as a non-federal member of the Department of Health and Human Service’s Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee.

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Ask the Doctor Webinar on America’s Opioid Epidemic

Aug 14, 2017

Thank you to all who joined NAMI’s Ask the Doctor Webinar with Dr. Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia.

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Free Webinar Recording on Solitary Confinement

Jul 31, 2017

Check out NAMI's July 27 webinar on the mental health effects of solitary confinement.

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Senate’s Rejection of Health Care Bill is a Vote for Mental Health Care

Jul 28, 2017

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) expresses gratitude for the Senate’s rejection of several proposed bills to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

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You Did It!

Jul 28, 2017

NAMI’s six-month fight to defend mental health and substance use coverage is over and, together, we stand victorious.

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NAMI Applauds Bipartisan Governors’ Letter Defending Medicaid

Jul 27, 2017

A group of 10 governors from both parties wrote a letter to Senate leadership this week to call for bipartisan solutions that fix the insurance marketplace and do not cut Medicaid. NAMI supports these governors and their recommendations.

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Senate Takes First Step Toward Dismantling Mental Health Coverage for Millions

Jul 25, 2017

The Senate voted today to open debate on health reform by passing a Motion to Proceed by 51-50. This paves the way for the Senate to vote on a new health reform bill that will be cobbled together on the floor of the Senate. The future of mental health coverage for millions of people who live with mental illness is at stake again.

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The Fight is Not Over

Jul 20, 2017

Will Americans have more mental health coverage and better care? Ask your Senators to work toward bipartisan solutions that fix the insurance markets and secure mental health coverage for millions of Americans with mental illness.

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Register for the 2017 CIT International Conference

Jul 12, 2017

Spots are still available for this year's CIT International Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, August 16-18.

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