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
The latest edition of the our newsletter contains information on the 2017 NAMI Missouri Conference, recent legislative summits, upcoming courses, volunteer training opportunities, and more!Tweet Read More
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NAMI Homefront is for wives and other family members of veterans with trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, bipolar illness and related conditions. Read this recent article in Flatland for more information. If you have questions or need further details, please email Sonya Baumgartner.Tweet Read More
Registration is now open for our 31st Annual Conference scheduled for May 5 & 6, 2017 in Columbia, MO. We have a great lineup of presenters and this year we are pleased to offer FREE CEUs for professionals!
Head over to our Annual Conference page for details or to download the agenda and registration form!Tweet Read More
Make plans to attend the 2017 MENTAL HEALTH LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT on January 11, 2017 in Kansas City, MO. Co-sponsored by NAMI and the Missouri Federation of Behavioral Health Advocates.
There is no charge to attend, dinner and free CEUs are provided, but pre-registration is a must.
Download the flyer for details: legislative-summit-jan-11-kcTweet Read More