2022 | NAMI
NAMI Applauds Congressional Focus on Mental Health in Year–End Legislation

Dec 22, 2022

This week, congressional leadership released a $1.7 trillion spending package that includes significant investments to expand mental health care and policy changes that will help improve the lives of people affected by mental health conditions. Read More.

NAMI’s State Mental Health Legislation Report (2020–2021)

Dec 16, 2022

Today NAMI released a new publication: the State Mental Health Legislation Report (2020-2021), which highlights and summarizes significant state mental health legislation from 2020-2021. This report can be used as a guide for mental health advocates and policymakers when looking to create comprehensive mental health policies in their states. Read More.

NAMICon 2023 Call for Proposals Now Open

Dec 16, 2022

We are now accepting proposals for NAMICon 2023! Don't miss this amazing opportunity to share your mental health journey, innovative work or expertise. Step forward and use your voice to influence, inspire and impact change in the mental health community. Join us in fostering a more diverse and compassionate world! Read More.

NAMI Ask the Expert: The Impact of Sound and Music

Dec 8, 2022

In this Ask the Expert Webinar, join us and Dr. Kiminobu Sugaya as he takes us on an exploration of sound and music and its impact on our brain functions. Learn the therapeutic benefits of music and discover how music therapy addresses the physical, emotional, cognitive and social needs of individuals. Read More.

Save the Date: NAMICon 2023

Nov 10, 2022

Save the Date! We are excited to announce NAMICon 2023 will be held in-person May 24-27 in Minneapolis, MN, and online June 6-8. Sign-up now to learn more on how you can experience NAMICon like never before.

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NAMI Ask the Expert: Enhancing Immunity to Build Resilience: An Innovative Preventative Health Program

Nov 10, 2022

In this Ask the Expert webinar, our experts discuss enhancing immune health to build resiliency through an innovative, preventative health program. Gain valuable insights from real-life stories, self-care and wellness skills and actionable strategies that can help improve your immunity and resiliency. Read More.

NAMI Mourns the Passing of Longtime Texas Leader Jackie Shannon

Oct 21, 2022

The NAMI community was saddened to learn about the passing last week of one of our great leaders of nearly four decades, Jackie Shannon. Read More.

Voters More Likely to Support Candidates Making Mental Health a Priority, NAMI/Ipsos Poll Shows

Oct 13, 2022

The latest poll from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) finds that voters are more likely to support candidates who put forward policies that help people with mental health conditions. The poll highlights strong support from voters for issues like improving mental health care and removing barriers to access, as well as a possible upside for candidates who make mental health a priority. Read More.

NAMI Honors Christine Yu Moutier, M.D., with Annual Scientific Research Award

Oct 12, 2022

Daniel H. Gillison Jr., CEO of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), is presenting the NAMI 2022 Scientific Research Award to Christine Yu Moutier, M.D., the Chief Medical Officer for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) for the past nine years, during a ceremony today at the National Press Club. Read More.

NAMI Launches Together We Care. Together We Share. Campaign to Promote NAMI Support Groups

Oct 11, 2022

Together We Care. Together We Share. is a new campaign in partnership with Kohl’s Cares that speaks to the impact of NAMI support groups: NAMI Connection and NAMI Family Support Group. It conveys the power of coming together in community, which can be healing as people gather to share their experiences. Read More.

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