NAMICon 2022 Virtual Event Honors Mental Health Leaders

Jun 17 2022
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has honored and presented awards for exemplary national, state and local leadership as part of “NAMICon 2022, Together for Mental Health,” one of the nation’s largest gatherings of leaders and advocates across the mental health community.

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Help Not Handcuffs Webinar: Wisdom of Trauma

Jun 15 2022
NAMI Help Not Handcuffs Webinar welcomes Fritzi Horstman, Founder and Executive Director of Compassion Prison Project; Ray Lay, Peer Support Specialist and Member of NAMI Board of Directors; Nathaniel McLeroy, Manager of Youth and Community Engagement; and Vesper Moore, Chief Operating Officer of Kiva Centers. Read More.

Statement on Gun Violence from 60 National Organizations

Jun 6 2022
The horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas that killed 19 children and two adults on May 24th is just one in a long series of mass shootings throughout our country. These shootings have one thing in common – easy access to weapons that can kill with terrifying efficiency on a massive scale. Read More.

NAMI Statement on Fatal Shooting in Uvalde, Texas

May 25 2022

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is deeply saddened by the horrific and avoidable school shooting that occurred yesterday in Uvalde, Texas. The mass killing of at least 19 children and two adults at the elementary school impacts all of us. It impacts the mental health of our entire country.

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