National Alliance on
Mental Illness Southern Arizona

NAMI Southern Arizona

Help and hope for those affected by mental illness and their loved ones.

Find Help. Find Hope.

Find Help.Find Hope.

Help & Hope

NAMI Southern Arizona provides help & hope for those affected by mental illness and their loved ones.

Find Help

* CALL a crisis line.
* JOIN a support group.
* ATTEND free programs.
* READ free resources.

Give Help

* DONATE a little or a lot
* VOLUNTEER your time.
* JOIN our membership.
* PLAN your giving.

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.

Our Client Stories

In their own words

Listen to our client testimonials how NAMI no-cost programs provided help and support, and gave so many hope.

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Rita's Story

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Latest NAMI News & Events

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NAMI’s Statement on Violent Attack on the Nation’s Capitol

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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NAMI Announces Frontline Workers Support

Frontline professionals face many challenges in their day-to-day work life. From the pressure of making sure people get the help and care they need to working long shifts — health care and public safety are stressful fields of work. When

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2020 Virtual Candlelight Vigil

For Mental Illness Awareness Week, we held our annual Candlelight Vigil on Tuesday, October 6 via Zoom. To view it, click here.

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