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Learn more about NAMI, a nonprofit, grassroots, self-help, support and advocacy organization of consumers, families, and friends of people with severe mental illnesses.
Coping Tips for Siblings and Adult Children of Persons with Mental Illness
Free & Low Cost Health Care Service Locator
Search this database from the the United States Department of Health & Human Services for options in your community.
Frequently Asked Questions
Get help now! Find answers to the most commonly asked questions of NAMI about mental illness, medication, treatment and recovery options, crisis services and support groups, legal support and more!
Mental Health Professionals: Who They Are and How to Find One
Learn about various mental health professionals and how to find them.
Mental Health Services Locator
A state-by-state database of comprehensive information about mental health services and resources. Useful for professionals, consumers and their families, and the public. (source: SAMHSA/CMHS)
Religious communities are in a unique position to combat stigma and provide a message of acceptance and hope. Proclaiming the values of social justice, respect for all persons, and non-discrimination, faith communities can reach out to individuals and families affected by mental illness in many helpful ways.
People with Mental Illness Enrich Our Lives
Persons with Mental Illness Who Are Homeless or Missing: A Guide for Families
If you have a missing loved one with serious mental illness, the following steps and information may be helpful.
PLAN (Planned Lifetime Assistance Network)
Information on the Planned Lifetime Assistance Network.
Social Security and Disability Benefits
The ADA – Americans with Disabilities Act