The NAMI Dekalb Board of Members would like to extend to you an invitation for a Holiday Potluck Dinner with the members of NAMI Dekalb, and those participants in our Community Groups. Our Potluck Dinner will be held to celebrate another year of working with our community.
Holiday Potluck Monday December 5th 2016 Dekalb Addiction Clinic 455 Winn Way, Decatur, GA 30030 Upstairs Meeting Room 6:00-8:00 PM
Join NAMI members, partners, and policymakers in Washington, D.C. on June 28 – July 1 for the 2017 NAMI National Convention.
NAMI 2017 National Convention will feature:Attendee visit to Capitol Hill to advocate for mental health, Top-notch researchers and clinicians providing information and tools to advance and sustain recovery from mental illness, People living with a mental illness and their families providing their own important perspectives on recovery, The country’s keenest minds and savviest policymakers offering strategies and tactics to effectively advocate for changing the mental health Read More
A recent NAMI memo addresses how individuals and families affected by mental illness can maintain stability regardless of what changes may come with any political transition.
A strong NAMI Affiliate depends on its members to be actively involved. Whether it is serving on a leadership team, facilitating a support group, teaching a class or providing refreshments at meetings, our volunteers play a vital role in the sustainability and growth of our affiliates. NAMI Georgia wants to thank all of our affiliates and volunteers throughout the state for all that you do in serving your communities.
We recently completed our annual NAMI Georgia Member Survey. The survey was Read More
Mental Health Reform is close to finishing this race with Senate Bill S. 2680. Our job is to make sure Congress is committed to getting it over the finish line.
What is happening? Congress is about to enter the “lame duck session,” which is the period between the election and when the new Congress convenes in 2017. Any bill that is not passed before the new Congress is sworn in is dead. To be passed by the new Congress, a bill must Read More