From The CEO

Treatment, Not Jail: It’s Time to Step Up

By Mary Giliberti, J.D. | May. 05, 2015

The number of people with mental illness in U.S. jails has reached crisis levels. Join The Stepping Up Initiative to help keep people with mental illness out of jail and on the path to recovery.

The Germanwings Tragedy, Depression and Stigma

Apr. 02, 2015

In the case of Flight 9252's co-pilot, the fact is that we don't know his full history yet. We may never know every relevant fact. His precise history of depression, whatever it may have been, may ultimately be seen as unimportant compared to other issues in his life.

Welcome to the New

Feb. 09, 2015

I’m excited to announce that NAMI launched its new website last week, a project two years in the making. Making sure we easily connect people with the content and support they need is essential to building a larger American movement and changing the landscape for people and families affected by mental illness.

Don't Forget Our Anniversary: The Surgeon General's Report

Dec. 22, 2014

This month marked the two-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook elementary school tragedy in Newtown, Conn., in 2012. In a report on State Mental Health Legislation in 2014, NAMI noted that on the first anniversary of the tragedy last year, Americans could see progress flowing from both the White House Conference on Mental Health and state legislation. This year, progress has slowed.

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