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IllustrationSharing information and support is the heart of NAMI's mission. This is the place to access the information that matters most to you, such as targeted news, personal stories and features and other resources. You are also invited to join a conversation in our Discussion Groups, where you may ask questions and find support with others who know where you're coming from. This community below will grow and change over time, based on your feedback and use. If you would like to make recommendation, or suggest a new community, please contact us.

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Primary Care Doctors are Critical to Detecting Mental illness in Children;
NAMI Family Survey includes the "Top Five" Most Helpful Things a Doctor Can Say

-- previous spotlights

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Discussion Groups

College & Young Adults
Find support, share knowledge, ask questions and meet people who've been there.

Living with AD/HD
Find support, share knowledge, ask questions and meet people who've been there.

Teen Consumers
For youth who have been diagnosed with a mental illness and want to discuss their experiences with their peers.

Recent Discussions
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Knowledge Base

NAMI Joins Group Launching Resources for Families
NAMI participated today in a press conference to launch, a new resource center developed by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents with depression.

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Book Reviews

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in Children and Adolescents: A Guide - Book Reviews - Disorders

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