Watch National Mental Health Awareness Presentations On Demand Now
During May, NAMI Minnesota affiliates joined the national movement to raise awareness during Mental Health Month. NAMI fights discrimination, provides support, educates the public, and advocates for policies that support people with mental illnesses and their families. Events included classes, panels, forums, author talks, activities for families, and even a DIY auction! Several of the events are now available via recordings in case you missed them. It's never too late to catch up and learn more, even after May! You can also download a fact sheet, below, about Tardive Dyskinesia for more information.
NAMI offers many free education programs that provide current information, support and hope to families of adults with mental illnesses, professionals, organizations, youth and older adults.
NAMI seeks to raise public awareness and knowledge of mental illnesses and combat stigma. NAMI provides presentations to organizations, publishes educational booklets and materials, and hosts annual events such as NAMIWalks, a Research Dinner and a Conference.
NAMI offers peer-to-peer support groups for people living with mental illness and friends and family members. Groups are led by trained facilitators who have personal experience living with or caring for a family member with a mental illness.
NAMI advocates for policies that will improve the lives of children and adults with mental illnesses and their families.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
NAMI Tri-County is committed to promoting accurate understanding of mental illness and eliminating the pervasive stigma that exists in the community.
"I wondered why somebody didn't do something.
Then I realized that I am somebody"
NAMI Tri-County is a proud affiliate of NAMI Minnesota.