NAMI Southern Arizona
Help and hope for those affected by mental illness and their loved ones.
Find Help. Find Hope.
Find Help.Find Hope.
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. With your help, NAMI Southern Arizona, serving the Tucson community since 1983, provides no-cost mental health advocacy, education and support to people in our community with mental illness and their loved ones. Mental illness is like any other illness, with proper care, it can be treated and managed, and recovery is possible.
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August 2020 Newsletter
While we get through the crisis that has been created by the COVID-19 pandemic, 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
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 . These credits are available for
Vaccines are not just for kids. Adults need them too! This is a good time to review your immunizations with your health care provider!
May, 2020 Newsletter
Too often, mental health does not get the attention and resources it deserves. Even before COVID-19, our country was experiencing a mental health, substance use and suicide crisis – resulting in too many lives lost and too many people without
On June 17th, NAMI’s Board of Directors unanimously approved a new resolution condemning racism, which can be read on our website here. As the resolution states, NAMI is strongly committed to the principle that all individuals, including communities of color
NAMI Southern Arizona reserves the right to remove or edit posts on all NAMI Southern Arizona media by any user, including but not limited to employees, volunteers and interns, which contain explicit, obscene, offensive or vulgar language as quickly as capacity allows. Similarly, posts that contain any graphic files will be removed immediately upon notice.