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New Study: NAMI Family Education “Significantly” Improves Coping with Mental Illness
6/14/2011
NAMI’s Family-to-Family Education program “significantly” improves coping and problem-solving abilities of family members of individuals living with mental illness

Senate Passes Children’s Health Insurance Bill
8/06/2007
Thanks to your support, the Senate passed legislation reauthorizing the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) on August 2 by a vote of 68-31.

NIMH Grant to Study NAMI's Family to Family Program
12/01/2005
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have received a $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Mental Health to study the benefits of participating in a peer-directed family-to-family education program to enable people to effectively handle the mental illness of a relative or loved one.

NAMI Faces: Ramiro's Story
6/25/2004
From abuse, addiction and jail to a better life. Read this powerful account of one man's journey along the path to mental illness recovery.

Recovery at Age 91
12/03/2003
Mary Ann's tribute to her mother, Grace, telling the story of recovery at 91 years of age.

Authors, Filmmaker Focus on Children of Consumer Parents
7/14/2003
NAMI Literature Award winners Bebe Moore Campbell, Virginia Holman and Lynette Brasfield, along with filmmaker Susan Smiley, address the challenges, heartbreaks and rewards of growing up with a parent with mental illness. Together, their works provide important new perspective on the experience of children of parents with mental illnesses in confronting challenges at different stages of life.


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