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National Alliance on Mental Illness
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NAMI created the Multicultural Action Center in 2002 to focus attention on system reform to eliminate disparities in mental health care for diverse communities, ensure access to culturally competent services and treatment for all Americans and particularly to help and support people of diverse backgrounds who are affected by serious mental illness.

 

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Build it Together Report

Celebrate and Bring Awareness to Your Community

Visit www.nami.org/nmmham for ideas and resources in English and Spanish.

 

Multicultural Action Center Update spotlight
A round up of news, resources, funding opportunties and events covering a variety of topics to support diverse communities in mental health recovery.

SPECIAL NMMHAM EDITION: 

JULY 2014   

In this issue:

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 click to access Multicultural Action Center resources  click to access the sign-up survey

 

click for more information about the Multicultural Action Center

 

click to access cultural competence information

 

 

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Highlights

Working with Congregations to Reach African American Families with Mental Illness
This outreach manual contains a wealth of information including research findings, program examples and resources for faith leaders (PDF).

Mental Illness is a Major Problem Among Latinos
The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of San Diego offers programs in Spanish.

Evidence-based Care Clinically Effective for Minority Patients


More Highlights

Recent Discussions
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Discussion Groups

International and Multicultural Forum
Join the discsussion about multicultural issues, meet people from diverse backgrounds, and share your opinion on issues related to culture and ethnicity.

Para consumidores de salud mental
Este grupo es para consumidores de salud mental.

Para familiares y amigos de personas que tienen enfermedades mentales


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