Chances are you know someone with their own story of how mental illness has impacted them, their family members or someone close to them. As a member of the NAMI community, you are part of a movement that is fighting to improve the lives of people who are living with or affected by a mental health condition every day.
Powered by your support, NAMI honored some of the nation’s leading scientists at our annual “Inspiring Hope Through Research” event in Washington, D.C. Here, NAMI recognizes individuals who are conducting ground-breaking research that will improve our understanding of mental illness and provides an honorarium to support their vital work. Honoring advances in scientific discovery in the mental health field is just one way that NAMI is championing progress that will improve lives. NAMI is leading the way towards solutions to the most pressing concerns for people with mental health conditions by:
· Bringing together leaders from every sector to facilitate and accelerate research for better treatments.
· Advocating for brain research through the National Institute of Mental Health & the Department of Vet Affairs
· Hosting regular Ask the Expert webinars that provide direct access to doctors and mental health specialists speaking on critical issues that are affecting the NAMI community.
· Keeping the public up to date on the latest research and mental health trends on NAMI.org.
· We are counting on your support so NAMI can drive innovation that will improve the lives of people affected by mental illness today, into the next decade and beyond.
We are counting on your support so NAMI can drive innovation that will improve the lives of people affected by mental illness today, into the next decade and beyond.
NAMI is the only organization that translates the most current scientific findings about mental illness into relatable, easy-to-understand material to positively impact the lives of families and patients.
Your support allows us to deliver this knowledge to the people who are most affected by mental illness, so they are empowered with the best tools and information to help themselves and their families.
When you make your tax-deductible gift by December 31, you will help ensure that those who live with mental illness get help and support. And hope.