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NAMI is committed to keeping people informed about issues related to mental illness.  We constantly update our Web site with important news on policy, research, educational opportunities, and more.  NAMI also has an array of free electronic publications that provide you with the latest news and information related to mental illness directly in your inbox.  Sign up today -- it is free, fast, and easy!

E-Newsletters & Alerts:

To sign up to receive any of these free electronic publications, visit If you do not already have a free sign-in account to the NAMI Web site, you will be prompted to create one before proceeding:

  • NAMI Connection
    Provides lively news, feature stories, and useful information to help keep you in touch and empowered.  Each issue of the NAMI Connection provides profiles, features, news, and information about people and programs that are having an impact on serious mental illness.
  • E-News Alerts
    The NAMI E-News, a publication of the policy department, is an electronic newsletter delivering the latest in federal action alerts, legislative and policy updates, and NAMI press releases.  Stay informed and up-to-date on critical policy issues affecting people with mental illness.
  • StigmaBuster Alerts
    NAMI StigmaBuster Alerts inform you about stigma in national media, films, TV, magazines, and advertisements.  Each month, close to 20,000 advocates receive our StigmaBuster Alerts.  Numbers do count, so let your voice be heard.
  • Statehouse Spotlight
    NAMI’s Statehouse Spotlight is a biweekly electronic public policy news resource containing recaps of recent media coverage and useful grassroots tools gathered from across the country.  NAMI leaders and advocates are encouraged to use this information to energize their thinking as they plan future advocacy efforts.
  • FaithNet
    NAMI is proud to welcome the FaithNet email newsletter to our family of publications. FaithNet provides information and resources for those interested in the intersection of mental illness, spirituality, and communities of faith.
  • Avanzamos!
    NAMI's quarterly Spanish language newsletter, featuring news from NAMI states and affiliates, research, policy updates, educational resources, personal stories, and more.
  • Friday Facts
    Friday Facts is a weekly newsletter exclusively for NAMI members, leaders, and staff.  It includes important news, announcements, upcoming events, grant information, resource listings, and more, to keep everyone in the NAMI movement connected.
  • myNAMI Updates
    MyNAMI Updates are customized e-mail alerts that notify you about the latest information at NAMI that matches your interests.  Simply choose the topics you are interested in -- from schizophrenia, to children's issues, to Medicaid -- and whenever new information is added to the NAMI Web site on that topic, you will be notified via e-mail the same day.

To sign up to receive any or all of NAMI's electronic publications, visit , sign in (or create a free sign-in account), and check the boxes next to the publications you would like to receive.


NAMI also has listservs that keep you informed about issues related to our Action Centers.

  • Child and Adolescent Action Center
    Contact  to receive news and information about issues related to children and mental illness directly in your inbox.
  • Multicultural Action Center
    Contact to receive news and information related to issues concerning mental illness and people of color.
  • Law and Criminal Justice Action Center
    Contact  to get the latest information on issues concerning mental illness and law enforcement.


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