NAMI needs your help! To keep providing the services and support that we pride ourselves on, NAMI Metro needs continued funding. Our major events, Skins-N-Pins and the Annual Walk-a-Thon are hugely beneficial but to provide more programs and more help to the community, we need sponsors and funding. To learn more about how you can […]
The National Association of Protection and Advocacy Systems, Inc and the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law are designed to deal with the rights of individuals involved with the criminal justice system. They specifically address the needs of incarcerated individuals, whether they are in the correctional system, or hospitalized in a forensic ward. Click here to view NAMI’s Fact Sheet […]
National Institute of Mental Health The Center for Disease Control & Prevention – Data & Statistics SAMHSA’s National Mental Health Information Center
Questions about insurance coverage should be directed to your provider or to your State Insurance Department.
Please contact NAMI Metro for information about volunteer opportunities.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in employment; state and local government activities; public accommodations; public transportation; telecommunications; and public services. It was signed into law by President George Bush on July 26, 1990. Click here for more information.
NAMI was founded in 1979 as the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. ”NAMI” was officially made our corporate name in 1997, after a vote of the membership. This was done after years of discussion that the full name was not person-first language and perpetuated the very stigma we hoped to erase. In 2005 the […]
An independent facilitator is a person outside the CMH system who only has one job at the PCP meeting – to help you plan your life – your way. Until now, Case Managers/Support Coordinators had to run the PCP. This means they had two jobs at the meeting: to help you express what you want, […]