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Take NAMI’s Survey on Finding Mental Health Services 

May 28, 2020

NAMI is conducting a survey to learn more about how people search for mental health treatment and related services, like case management and financial aid. The online survey is anonymous and takes about 10 minutes to complete. Click here to participate in this survey. It includes questions about your priorities when seeking these services and your experiences with service-finder more »

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NAMICon 2020 Transitions into Virtual Event

Dear NAMI community, After thoughtful deliberation, NAMI has made the difficult decision to transition NAMICon 2020 from an in-person meeting to a virtual experience. As you are aware, risks associated with large-scale live events this year remain unknown, and we are committed to the health and safety of all our attendees, staff, presenters, sponsors and exhibitors. We also recognize that many more »

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Inaugural Multicultural Symposium on African American Male Wellness: “Unveiling the complexities of African American Males Through Awareness with Best Counseling Practices.”

View the full proceedings of an empowering, ground-breaking symposium sponsored by NAMI Georgia and the American Counseling Association of Georgia and produced by Brotherhood of Mental Health focusing on the complex challenges and solutions to increased wellness for African American men. James Woodall, NAACP Georgia Chapter President, presented a dynamic keynote address, and inspiring speakers more »

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A Looming Mental Health Crisis

May 12, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is pushing America into a mental health crisis that the U.S. is not prepared for—unless Congress acts now. Anxiety, depression, trauma and substance use are all on the rise, and huge increases in unemployment increase the risk of suicide. Social isolation, financial distress, fears about health and an uncertain future are fueling more »

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‘I’m on my last rope:’ COVID-19 strains Georgia mental health resources

May 11, 2020

April 23, 2020 By Allison Stevens Georgia Recorder WASHINGTON — On a recent telephone town hall hosted by Georgia Democratic Rep. Hank Johnson, Gwendolyn sounded desperate.  She’s homeless, unemployed and a survivor of domestic violence. But she doesn’t know how to get help.  “I’m on my last rope right now trying to figure out more »

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