From The CEO

Mother’s Day: Support Our Caregivers

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. | May. 12, 2017

This Mother’s Day, consider offering support to a mom who is caring for someone with a mental health condition. You can do something tangible such as visit, deliver a meal, call or send a card or message just to say you recognize their hard work and appreciate them.

Infinity Mirrors, Blockbuster Beauty

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. | Apr. 10, 2017

The conversation around Yayoi Kusama’s artwork is promoting a special kind of mental illness awareness—in which people learn not about clinical conditions, but rather, how a person with mental illness views the world.

First Episode Psychosis: A Call to Arms

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. | Mar. 13, 2017

When psychosis is involved, help is needed as soon as possible. Providing it should be a priority in every community. Together, we can ensure that a serious condition always gets a serious response.

The ACA Debate: Move Forward, Not Back

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. | Feb. 08, 2017

It’s no secret that Congress is debating whether to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and if so, whether and how to replace it. NAMI’s position is non-partisan and simple. Learn more here.

Research Suggests a Hopeful Future

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. | Dec. 12, 2016

Every year, NAMI recognizes a leading researcher for his or her contributions to the mental health community. This year's recipient is a team of groundbreaking scientists who have uncovered a piece of the puzzle that explains how people develop schizophrenia. Learn more here.

Advancing Discovery: We Need A Mars Shot

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. and Steven Hyman, M.D. | Oct. 21, 2016

NAMI has looked at an array of other health care conditions and their timelines and pipelines for new discoveries. Comparatively, discovery in the treatment of mental illness is not moving nearly as quickly.

Mental Health: A Bipartisan Issue

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. | Aug. 12, 2016

While NAMI doesn’t talk partisan politics, we do talk about policies and explore mental health issues. That’s why we visited both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions this year. 

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