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May 16, 2018


Thank you to everyone to who attended the 2018 NAMI Missouri Annual Meeting + Luncheon on April 21, 2018, in Jefferson City. Planning is underway for next year’s Annual Meeting on April 13, 2019, and we’d like your input. See election results and the full list of honorees on our Annual Meeting page, and help us get a jump start on planning for next year by sharing your feedback here.

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    NAMI Missouri and NAMI Kansas are teaming up for Mental Wellness Day at the K on Sunday, May 6 at 1:15 pm at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. Come see the Kansas City Royals play the Detroit Tigers and support NAMI.Tickets are $25 each and include a t-shirt. Proceeds support NAMI Missouri and NAMI Kansas. Purchase tickets online herePlus, join us before the game for your chance to win Official MLB Royals gear, including Royals t- shirts, drinkware and earbuds. You could Read More

    The Spring 2018 issue of the NAMI Missouri Newsletter is now available. Check it out for all of our latest news, including registration for our April 21 Annual Meeting and Luncheon, board elections, schedule of upcoming courses and training sessions, full support group listings and more! Click here to download the newsletter. 

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    The NAMI Missouri annual business meeting and luncheon will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City.  This event will include board member elections, a special presentation and lunch.

    NAMI Missouri is excited to announce special guest Stephanie Appleby as our featured luncheon speaker. Her story was most recently featured in Metro Woman Magazine, now available at businesses in the Springfield area and online here. You can hear her inspiring story in person at Read More

    NAMISMARTS for Advocacy:  Filing a Mental Health Parity Violation

    Taught by Sita Diehl, former State Policy Director for the National Alliance on Mental Illness

    Are you seeking treatment to improve your mental health? Are you interested in treatment for a substance use disorder?  If you or someone you know falls into one of these categories, you should plan to attend an upcoming meeting on fairness in health coverage.

    Learn what mental health parity (mental health and substance use conditions) 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 12 -13 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 Read More

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