NAMI Southern Arizona has been serving the Tucson Community since 1983!
Providing Help and Hope
Mental health problems are very common. One in five American adults and youth are affected, so someone you know and care about suffers from a mental illness.
With your help, NAMI Southern Arizona provides mental health advocacy, education and support to people in our community
with mental illness and their loved ones. Mental illness is like any other disease, with proper care, it can be treated and managed,
and recovery is possible.
We need your help. Please support NAMI Southern Arizona by becoming a member, donating,
or volunteering. Together, we can make sure no family walks the path of mental illness alone.
NAMI Southern Arizona is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization. EIN 86-0450977
Support Provided By:
Arizona Complete Health
Jasam Foundation of Arizona
held at the Community Foundation for So. AZ
The Lovell Foundation
Stonewall Community Foundation
Upcoming Events & Announcements
NAMI Southern Arizona is Now a Qualified Charitable Organization for Arizona Tax Credits!
While NAMI Southern Arizona has always been a 501(c)3 non-profit and a qualified charitable organization for Federal Taxes, we have just recently qualified for Arizona State tax credits. These credits are available for a maximum contribution of $400 for single taxpayers and $800 for married, filing jointly. And, these credits apply to any contributions you might have made during the 2019 tax year. Please consider NAMI Southern Arizona QCO Code 21027 when making your year end donations!
NAMI SA Executive Director Job Announcement
NAMI Southern Arizona is currently seeking a full-time Executive Director to lead the organization. Applications received by October 15, 2019 will receive full consideration. Position open until filled.
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Help & Hope for YOUth, the youth mental health initiative of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona, has launched their new website, https://helphopeforyouth.org
The Help & Hope for YOUth Alliance (formerly the Arizona Youth Mental Health Alliance) was formed in 2017 to expand youth mental health awareness and education in Pima, Cochise, Santa Cruz and Pinal Counties so that more young people will seek help when they begin experiencing symptoms.