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September 25, 2020

One of our Family Program Leaders and her daughter are fighting stigma by sharing their experiences and letting others know where they can find help.

See their story, as reported by KOMU 8 News in their Mental Health Segment: A Brighter Tomorrow  

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    The Fall 2020 issue of the NAMI Missouri Newsletter is now available. Check it out for information on our Annual Meeting and other upcoming events.

    Click here to download the newsletter.

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    When mental illness is present, the potential for crisis is never far from mind. Crisis episodes related to mental illness can feel incredibly overwhelming. There’s the initial shock, followed by a flood of questions — the most prominent of which is: “What can we do?”

    People experiencing mental illness — and the people who care for them — need information. However, that information is not always readily available and the search for answers may require more energy and persistence than possible in times of crisis.

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    Mental Health nonprofit NAMI Missouri offers free training to bolster assistance for families struggling with mental health concerns

    Jefferson City, Mo (September 4, 2020) Statewide mental health nonprofit NAMI Missouri is offering a free virtual training for Missourians who want to start mental health support groups for their communities.

    “There’s no question that the social isolation and stress that come with experiencing a nationwide pandemic are difficult,” said Gena Terlizzi, Executive Director of NAMI Missouri. “For those living with mental illness and their loved ones,

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    Vote yes on Amendment two in Missouri on Aug. 4, 2020. Listen to the below audio clip to learn more about NAMI Missouri and why we support healthcare for all.

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    NAMI Missouri Supports Amendment 2 to expand Medicaid in Missouri. Please take a moment to complete a brief survey to share your thoughts on this important issue: Click here to take the Survey

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