NAMI Missouri will host a free 1-day professional provider workshop on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm at the Missouri Coalition for Community Behavioral Healthcare, 221 Metro Drive, Jefferson City, MO. Advance registration is required and lunch will be provided. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for this free 6-hour course, however you must attend the entire course to Read More
2020 Policy Priorities
(January 2020) NAMI Missouri’s policy priorities for the 2020 legislative session include key objectives and policy positions to support our goal of ensuring that people living with mental illness receive the treatment and support necessary to lead full and satisfying lives as valued members of society. These priorities are presented with an understanding that NAMI Missouri may also advocate to address funding and other policy issues that come up on an as needed basis.
1.) Protect access to mental Read More
The Missouri chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Missouri), a non-profit mental health organization, is seeking a Family Services Coordinator.
The successful candidate must have excellent organizational, management and interpersonal skills and be self-motivated, with the ability to work well independently and with a small team. Requirements include computer competency, relevant work experience, and bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
Responsibilities include overseeing the recruitment, interviewing, training, scheduling, Read More
If you would like to get involved in advocating at the state level for policies that benefit those with mental illness, we invite you to attend our annual Partners in Policy Training and Advocacy Day events on March 16-17, 2020 in Jefferson City.
NAMI Missouri is offering a two-day peer mentor training for individuals living with mental illness who want to become mental health advocates and consumer leaders. Over the course of two days we will help you discover how to best tell your own Read More
News release: Community meetings planned to support parents of children still coping with natural disaster aftermath
Youth mental health support information available in Eldon on Dec. 4 and Jefferson City on Dec. 5
Jefferson City, Mo (Nov. 26, 2019) Mental Health nonprofit NAMI Missouri is hosting a series of community meetings for parents and families of children affected by the 2019 tornado and flooding in Central Missouri.
In the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster there is an abundance of attention and generosity Read More