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House T-shirts Benefit NAMI

House T-shirts Benefit NAMI

The hit FOX TV drama House has once again teamed with the National Alliance on Mental Illness to raise money and awareness in support of people with mental illness and their families.
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resident Obama Stands with NAMI on Whistle Stop Tour

President Obama Stands with NAMI on Whistle Stop Tour

Matt Kuntz, executive director of NAMI Montana, was chosen to stand by President Barack Obama's side during his train tour from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C.
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NAMI Celebrates 30th Anniversary

NAMI Celebrates 30th Anniversary

As a result of three decades of grassroots effort, NAMI has grown to become the nation's largest organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness. So what exactly does turning thirty mean for us? It means we're not slowing down!
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NAMI Connection: Two Years and Growing

NAMI Connection: Two Years and Growing

NAMI Connection celebrates its second anniversary, welcomes 16 new states into the program, and announces Spanish-language and veterans initiatives for 2009.
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Crisis Intervention for Youth

NAMI Promotes Crisis Intervention for Youth

An alarming number of youth with serious mental health treatment needs continue to enter the juvenile justice system as a result of the lack of psychiatric crisis intervention services available in schools and communities.
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NAMI Bookshelf

NAMI Bookshelf

This month: The Hour I First Believed, Wishful Drinking and Criminalization of Mental Illness Crisis and Opportunity for the Justice System.
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January 2009

NAMI Convention 2009

When Medicine Got It Wrong

EPA Awards & NAMI

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