National Criminal Justice Month
Overlooked: Stories of Mental Illnesss & the Criminal Justice System, NAMI's new campaign aims to highlight the impact of the criminal justice system on people with mental illness through personal stories from the people who lived this experience.
2024 NAMI Workplace Mental Health Poll
How employees across the U.S. think about mental health at work
Making Mental Health Benefits Work for You.
Join us at 8:00 ET on Tuesday, Feb. 27 with presenters, Megan Delp, LMFT, Director, Workplace Mental Health, NAMI and Anabel Clouiter-Perez, LCSW, Clinical Manager, from The Hartford's Behavioral Health Department for a discussion about workplace mental health benefits.
NAMICon 2024 Registration Now Open
Join hundreds of passionate and vibrant voices from around the world to elevate mental health. Register by February 29 and save!
Teen & Young Adult HelpLine
The new nationwide service providing information, resource referrals, and support to teens and young adults.
Teen & Young Adults Resources
The Teen and Young Adult Resource Directory was compiled by NAMI HelpLine staff to help you find additional resources to meet your needs including NAMI Knowledge articles that provide detailed resources, support options and information.
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Together for Mental Health
NAMI is here to help. With your support, we can continue fighting for higher-quality, culturally competent care for people living with mental health conditions.
If you or someone you know is struggling, you are not alone. There are many support services and treatment options that may help.
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Policy change is one major way we can make a difference in the lives of people living with mental health conditions and their families. Limits the...
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