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November 2010

Native American Sand Painting

Celebrating Difference: Native American Mental Health Care

For Native American Heritage Month, NAMI Board Member Ron Morton discusses mental health care, culture and spirituality.  Read more.

Election Outcomes

Assessing the Impact of the 2010 Mid-term Election

NAMI's role in educating Congress about mental illness will be crucial in the coming months as several issues important to our community are decided. Read more.

Military Families

Meeting the Needs of Military Families

Some of the Americans most affected by military service are too young to enlist--the almost 2 million, or 4 percent, of U.S. children who are living in military families. Read more.

Next to Normal

Next to Normal Tour

The hit Broadway musical is going on tour. Get information about show dates and locations teaming up with local NAMI affiliates. Read more.

NAMI Bookshelf

NAMI Bookshelf

November 2010

Where are the Cocoa Puffs?: A Family's Journey Through Bipolar Disorder and The Trauma Treatment Handbook: Protocols Across the Spectrum.  Read more.

Mike Fitzpatrick


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Mike Fitzpatrick

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Further Reading

Dating a Bi

Mark Vonnegut: "Just Like Someone Without Mental Illness Only More So"

China Tackles Surge in Mental Illness

Genes as Mirrors of Life Experiences

Iowa Police Get Little Mental Illness Training

North Carolina's Dorothea Dix Hospital Closing

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