NAMI Southern Arizona
Help and hope for those affected by mental illness and their loved ones.
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1 in 5 adults and youth experience mental illness
You’re not alone. Contact NAMI Southern Arizona to take the first step towards help and support. There is 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. Because of generosity from people just like you, NAMI Southern Arizona has been able to serve the Tucson community since 1983, providing no-cost mental health advocacy, education and support to all affected by mental illness. Mental illness is like any other illness, with proper care, it can be treated and managed, and recovery is possible.
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Dear Colleagues, Juneteenth is an important time for each of us to stop and reflect on the work that has been done and the work that we must continue to do to achieve a truly just, equitable, and inclusive world. As
May 25 2021 Arlington, VA — The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison Jr.: “For many of us, today elicits complicated emotions. “We are encouraged by the tens of thousands across
“There are many reasons to celebrate the month of May. Please join the Pima County Sheriff’s Department in its support of our behavioral health community and the 2021 message, ‘You are NOT alone’” To read the full statement from Sheriff
Click Here to view the May 2021 Newsletter
Apr 20 2021 The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison Jr., on the verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin: “The murder of George Floyd last May in Minneapolis –
NAMI CEO Daniel H. Gillson, Jr. was joined by Andy Keller, Ph.D., CEO of Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute to discuss the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health. Please read and share this Op-ed from The Hill
Thank you to all who sponsored, virtually walked and supported our 15th NAMIWalks Southern Arizona. We surpassed our $150,000 goal to raise funds for NO COST education, advocacy, training and support for ALL affected by mental illness in our community.
Click Here to view the February 2021 Newsletter
NAMI has released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison Jr. Jan 06 2021Arlington, VA — The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison Jr., regarding the violent takeover of the
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As restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic begin to ease, be assured that we are here for you. For the health and safety of all involved, our office is now closed to the public until it is safe to resume
NAMI Southern Arizona is a 501(c)3 non-profit and a qualified charitable organization for Federal Taxes. You can help those in need and receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit when you make a donation to NAMISA . Arizona State Tax Credits are
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
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