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What is NAMI?
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization. NAMI was established nationally, in 1979, for mental health clients and their families as a self-help organization dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy to anyone affected by persistent biologically based brain disorders or mental illnesses. There are over 220,000 NAMI members nationwide with 1200 affiliate organizations throughout the nation.
NAMI Montgomery County (NAMI-MC), founded in 1988, is an affiliate of NAMI Ohio joining with 40 others. The state coalition represents an important link in efforts to improve the quality of life for those with mental illness by implementing and integrating services and policies determined at the state level. NAMI-MC provides mental health support groups for families or their loved ones, informative courses, advocacy, and educational community programming throughout the county.
Throughout the Montgomery County area, NAMI Montgomery County provides a number of free education classes and support groups.
Looking to get involved?
There are a few ways to contribute to NAMI Montgomery County:
- Monetary donations
- Food/Snack/Drink donations
- Become a volunteer
- Become a trained facilitator for education classes or support groups