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. 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.
Angel Charity for Children, Inc.
Arizona Complete Health
The Connie Hillman Family Foundation
Community Foundation for Southern Arizona:
- Jasam Foundation of Arizona
- Z Fund
- Helene Hendrikson Legacy Fund
The David & Lura Lovell Foundation
Stonewall Community Foundation
Tucson Medical Center Foundation
Our Client Stories
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Gone Too Soon, Loved Enough for a Lifetime – NAMI’s tribute to those lost to mental illness
“Gone Too Soon…Loved Enough for a Lifetime” The passing away of anyone close to us always seems too soon. There
The New 988 Crisis Line Is Live!
As of Saturday, July 16, 2022, anyone across the United States will be able to dial 988 and be connected to the National Suicide Prevention
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
In 2008, Congress designated July as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. This month, we reflect and bring awareness to the
June is National PTSD Awareness Month
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NAMI National Releases 2021 Annual Report
The 2021 NAMI Annual Report is packed full of information about how the national organization is funded and how it
Tucson Mayor & Council Proclaim Mental Health Awareness Month
City Councilman Steve Kosachik’s newsletter article recap’s the decision to support Mental Health Awareness Month in Tucson. Tor read the
Our May, 2022 Newsletter is Now Available
Click here to view our May, 2022 Newsletter in full color! Highlights include an updates on 2022 NAMIWalk Southern Arizona,
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
During Mental Health Awareness Month, NAMI joins the mental health community to reaffirm our commitment to building our understanding of mental