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October 25, 2018

The Missouri chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI Missouri), a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit organization, is seeking a part time fill-in peer phone responder to work on an as-needed basis on weekends and holidays at a rate of $9.75 per hour. The work may be performed remotely or from a home office. Access to a landline phone and computer with internet and email service is required. This is a peer support position, which means the individual must have Read More

    There are lots of great ways to help support NAMI Missouri through our fundraising efforts. Like Football? Buy Kansas City Chiefs tickets using our exclusive offer code. Going out to eat? Stop by during one of our upcoming charity dining nights. Check out these opportunities and more for fun and easy ways to support mental health by supporting NAMI Missouri. Visit our Fundraising page today. 

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    NAMI Missouri and the Kansas City Chiefs are teaming up to raise funds to support mental health services and programs offered by NAMI Missouri. When you use this link and promo code to buy tickets to any of the included games, your ticket will be discounted and NAMI Missouri will receive $10 per ticket, but only if you use the promo code NAMIMO. Learn more and see the game list. 

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    Support systems are so important for mental health recovery. Having the support of a peer with personal experience and understanding can make all the difference in the world.

    Credit to the Missouri Mental Health Foundation with the help of the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

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    Sat. August 18, 2018 – Springfield | NAMI Southwest Missouri Neon Night Run/Walk for Suicide Prevention & Awareness | Visit

    Sat. August 18, 2018 – St. Louis | NAMI St. Louis Night at the Ballpark | Visit

    Tues. September 18, 2018 – Joplin | NAMI Joplin and Jasper Products 16th Annual Charity Golf Scramble| For more information call Cheri at 417-540-5243.

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    July 7, 2018 | By Christie L.C. Ellis

    Newlywed psychology doctoral students Daymarie Rivera-Morales and Luis Lopez-Rodríguez are about to make another big change this year: They, along with fellow student Nicole Ryan-Nolla, will move 2,000 miles from Puerto Rico to Missouri to join a new residency program based out of a campus in downtown St. Louis.

    The program will provide mental health care services in Spanish through a partnership between Ponce Health Sciences University in Puerto Rico and Compass Health Network, Read More

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