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Uniting for Mental Health

NAMI is partnering with happy, a new coffee brand that makes you smile with a wide range of flavors and responsibly sourced seriously deliciousTM coffee found wherever you shop for coffee. Read more below about NAMI, happy and our partnership.

If you are looking for mental health resources, you are not alone. To get in contact with the NAMI HelpLine and find local resources, call 1-800-950-NAMI (6264), text “Helpline” to 62640 or connect via online chat. Or, if you are experiencing a mental health crisis, call or text 988 to speak with a trained support specialist.

NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental health conditions can build better lives.

As the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization, NAMI works at national, state and local levels to raise awareness and provide support and education to people affected by mental health conditions everywhere.

We have more than 650 local affiliates and 49 state organizations working in communities across the country, led primarily by volunteers who give their passion, hard work and time to lay the foundation for this vital movement.

We provide free education and support programs.

We hope to build a world where all people affected by mental health conditions are able to live healthy, fulfilling lives, supported by a community that cares.

In happy’s own words…

we're a team of dreamers, designers, creators and doers on a mission to elevate the everyday. and for us, we want every day to start with a great cup of coffee and a smile. that's why we started happyTM.

our wide range of responsibly sourced coffee can be found online at,, and select retailers across the US.

let’s coffeeTM

A Shared Commitment

This partnership goes beyond traditional corporate giving. In a testament to their dedication to mental health and NAMI’s mission, happy is taking a bold step by granting NAMI an equity stake in their business.

Making a Real Impact

Through this partnership, happy is not only aiming to provide NAMI with the resources to further our mental health initiatives, but also demonstrating a long-term commitment to the mental health cause. Together, we are working to increase awareness of mental health and increase our reach to people who need support.

A Vision for a Healthier World

Our shared vision is to create a world where mental health is valued and understood, and help is accessible for everyone. With the support of happy, NAMI aims to break the stigma surrounding mental health and ensure that people receive the care and support they deserve.

You Are Not Alone

Millions of people in the U.S. are affected by mental illness each year. These numbers are powerful tools for raising public awareness, stigma-busting and advocating for better health care.

  • 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience a mental illness each year.
  • 1 in 6 U.S. youth aged 6-17 experience a mental health disorder each year.
  • Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people aged 10-14.

But we know that mental health affects everyone.

The Impact of Mental Health

Mental health is the foundation of wellbeing – and we believe every human being is deserving of wellness. When mental health is neglected, the consequences can be profound on a person’s quality of life, as well as impacting their relationships, families and communities.


  • People with depression have a 40% higher risk of developing cardiovascular and metabolic diseases than the general population.
  • 33.5% of U.S. adults with mental illness also experienced a substance use disorder in 2021.
  • The rate of unemployment is higher among U.S. adults who have mental illness (7.4%) compared to those who do not (4.6%).
  • High school students with significant symptoms of depression are more than twice as likely to drop out compared to their peers.
  • Students aged 6-17 with mental, emotional or behavioral concerns are 3x more likely to repeat a grade.
  • Among people in the U.S. under age 18, depressive disorders are the most common cause of hospitalization (after excluding hospitalization relating to pregnancy and birth).
  • At least 8.4 million people in the U.S. provide care to an adult with a mental or emotional health issue, spending an average of 32 hours per week providing unpaid care.


Breaking the Stigma

Stigma and discrimination remain significant barriers to seeking help and support for mental health issues.

We believe that it’s our collective responsibility to challenge these stigmas, promote understanding and create a safe and supportive environment for everyone.


  • 47% of U.S. adults with mental illness received treatment in 2021. The average delay between onset of mental illness symptoms and treatment is 11 years.


Join Us in Making a Difference

Together, we can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities.

Join us in our mission to create a world where mental health is a priority and where everyone feels empowered to seek help when needed.

NAMI Helpline: a free, nationwide peer-support service available Monday–Friday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. ET.

NAMI Support Groups: free peer-led, community-based support groups that offer people the opportunity to share their experiences and gain support from other attendees (available in English and Spanish)

  • NAMI Connection: a support group for individuals living with mental illness
  • NAMI Family Support Group: a support group for family members, significant others and friends of people with mental health conditions 
  • NAMI Basics: class for parents, guardians and other family caregivers who provide care for youth (age 22 or younger) who are experiencing mental health symptoms (available in English and Spanish)
  • NAMI Peer-to-Peer: class for adults with mental health conditions to encourage growth, healing and recovery among participants (available in English and Spanish)
  • NAMI Family-to-Family: class for families, significant others and friends of people with mental health conditions; designated as an evidence-based program by SAMHSA; facilitates a better understanding of mental health conditions, increases coping skills and empowers participants to become advocates for their family members (available in English and Spanish)
  • NAMI Homefront: class for families, caregivers and friends of military service members and veterans with mental health conditions 
  • NAMI Provider: class for mental health professionals to expand the participants' compassion for the individuals and their families and to promote a collaborative model of care 
  • NAMI Ending the Silence: presentation designed for middle and high school students, school staff and parents or guardians of middle or high school aged youth to learn about the signs and symptoms of mental health conditions, how to recognize the early warning signs and the importance of acknowledging those warning signs (available in-person and online)
  • NAMI In Our Own Voice: presentation by someone with lived experience with mental illness for the general public to reduce stigma and promote awareness of mental health conditions and recovery (available in English and Spanish)
  • NAMI Sharing Hope: presentation for Black/African Ancestry communities designed to promote mental health awareness, explore signs and symptoms of mental health conditions and highlight how and where to find help
  • NAMI Compartiendo Esperanza: bilingual presentation for Hispanic/Latin American communities designed to promote mental health awareness, explore signs and symptoms of mental health conditions and highlight how and where to find help 
  • NAMI Family & Friends: four-hour seminar that informs and supports people who have loved ones with a mental health condition; participants learn about diagnoses, treatment, recovery, communication strategies, crisis preparation and NAMI resources; seminar leaders have personal experience with mental health conditions in their families
  • NAMI Sharing Your Story with Law Enforcement: presentation program that trains peers and families to share their stories during law enforcement trainings, such as Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training
  • NAMI Smarts for Advocacy: hands-on advocacy training program that helps people living with mental illness, friends and family transform their passion and lived experience into skillful grassroots advocacy
  • NAMI Hearts+Minds: program focused on educating people on the link between mental and physical health and empowering individuals to better manage their health holistically 
  • NAMI FaithNet: an interfaith resource network of NAMI members, friends, clergy and congregations of all faith traditions who wish to encourage faith communities who are welcoming and supportive of persons and families living with mental illness 
  • NAMI Frontline Wellness: resources and tools developed specifically for public safety and health care professionals, and their family members, to manage the effects of chronic stress, cumulative trauma and shift work 
  • NAMI Podcast: Hope Starts With Us: NAMI’s CEO Daniel H. Gillison Jr. interviews guests on a variety of mental health topics to discuss their lived experience and what gives them hope in difficult moments
  • NAMI Blog: stories from people with lived experience as well as advice and guidance on navigating all aspects of our mental health journey

NAMI does not endorse any product, company or service. Coffee is not a treatment for a mental health condition, and you should consult a physician if you have any health concerns.

NAMI HelpLine is available M-F, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. ET. Call 800-950-6264,
text “helpline” to 62640, or chat online. In a crisis, call or text 988 (24/7).