NAMI Ask The Expert: Suicide In Pretrial Detention And Expanding The Crisis Care Continuum

Nov 28, 2023

Join us to learn more about how SIM reflects pathways to community-based behavioral health treatment both as a diversion from law enforcement interaction and as a post-release community reentry strategy. Read More.

Leading Companies Pledge To Be StigmaFree With NAMI

Nov 27, 2023

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today announced the members of its inaugural StigmaFree Workplace Advisory Council. The Council comprises corporate leaders representing diverse industries including technology, entertainment, health, hospitality, food and beverage, fashion, finance, and transportation. Read More.

NAMI Ask The Expert: The Future Of WRAP With Founder Mary Ellen Copeland

Nov 21, 2023

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) is a simple and powerful process for creating the life and wellness you want. Join us for an interactive discussion with WRAP founder Dr. Mary Ellen Copeland and a panel of WRAP experts to learn more about the importance of this evidence-based practice. Read More.

NAMI Homefront Mental Health Resources: Helping Veterans Navigate Mental Health

Nov 10, 2023

Just like any community, veterans, service members, and their families often hesitate to prioritize their mental health due to the stigma surrounding it. It's time to change this narrative. Read More.

NAMI Ask The Expert: Bipolar Disorder: Advancements In Research & Treatment

Oct 30, 2023

During this webinar, Dr. Andrew Nierenberg of Massachusetts General Hospital will give an overview of the most up-to-date research and current data available on the long-term course of Bipolar Depression and its treatment. Read More.

Joint Statement From NAMI National And NAMI Maine On Fatal Shootings In Lewiston, Maine

Oct 27, 2023

NAMI National and NAMI Maine, the national and state branches of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, are deeply saddened by the horrific shootings and devastating loss of life that occurred this week in Lewiston, Maine. Read More.

New Report Highlights Opportunities to Improve Care for People with Mental Illness Returning to Communities after Incarceration

Oct 24, 2023

To advance policies that support successful reentry after incarceration, NAMI partnered with the Health and Reentry Project (HARP) on their new issue brief, titled “Paving the Path to Healthier Reentry: How New Medicaid Policies Can Improve Mental Health and Substance Use Support as People Return to Communities.” Read More.

NAMI Leads Grassroots Effort to Strengthen Mental Health Parity

Oct 18, 2023

NAMI has long fought for a reality where mental health care is treated equitably with physical health care, which has been a historic struggle. Fortunately, the Biden Administration proposed rules to strengthen enforcement of mental health parity law that would improve access to care. Read More.

NAMI and AFSP Celebrate Launch of Bipartisan Senate Mental Health Caucus

Oct 17, 2023

NAMI and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) applaud today’s creation of the bipartisan Senate Mental Health Caucus in the U.S. Senate. Founded by Senators Alex Padilla (CA), Thom Tillis (NC), Joni Ernst (IA) and Tina Smith (MN), the caucus will work to find bipartisan, common-sense solutions to address our nation’s ongoing mental health crisis. Read More.

Make a Difference on World Mental Health Day

Oct 10, 2023

Today, we recognize World Mental Health Day, a day dedicated to promoting mental health awareness, offering support and encouraging conversations about mental well-being. Read More.

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