Steven Wilson is a Missouri artist who works in visual and written form. His work has been seen in over 20 exhibitions. He is on the NAMI Jefferson City Board of Directors and is a member of the Missouri Writers’ Guild. His article, An Ode to Schizophrenia, was published in the Fall 2016 issue of the NAMI Advocate.
Learn more about Wilson and view his online art gallery at: www.StevenWilsonArt.weebly.com
The Board of Directors of NAMI Missouri is seeking an Executive Director. Click here for additional information.Tweet Read More
Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week 2017, observed from May 7 – May 13, 2017, is geared toward raising awareness to the issues and causes essential to the children’s mental health field in each of our communities across the country. NAMI Missouri has joined with the Missouri Mental Health Foundation and other collaborating organizations on an exciting opportunity for Missouri youth to capture and voice their hopes and dreams through photography.
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The latest issue of the NAMI Missouri newsletter is now available online and covers many topics of interest to NAMI members:2017 Legislative Session Update; Healthy Transitions for Former Inmates; Be the Change – Break the Silence, NAMI Missouri’s 31st Annual Conference; 2017 Board Member Election; Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week; Upcoming NAMI course details and more! Tweet Read More
Senate Bill 28 poses a serious threat to Missouri’s Medicaid program, which already has some of the strictest eligibility in the nation and covers only our most vulnerable citizens. SB 28, also known as the Global Waiver Bill, would change the way our Medicaid system is funded. The federal government currently picks up a large share of Medicaid Health Insurance costs with no upper cap. Under a block grant, the state would receive a capped dollar amount, putting Missouri taxpayers Read More