Find Programs and Services
Explore the links above, to see a description of each of our programs. A few excellent programs offered by non-NAMI organizations are included on these page, identified in the listing with the name of the owning organizations.
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Summary of NAMI Programs by Target Audience
|Target Audience||Program / Type of Training|
|Middle- and high-school students
Middle and high school Staff
Families, parents and other caregivers of middle and high school students.
|Ending the Silence Presentation|
|General public||In Our Own Voice Presentation|
|College students||NAMI On-Campus Club|
|Parents and other family caregivers of children and adolescents who are experiencing mental health challenges||Basics Class|
|Family members, partners and loved ones, of people who are experiencing mental health challenges||Friends & Family Class (Introduction – 4 hr.)
|Adults living in recovery with mental health challenges||Peer-to-Peer Class|
|Family members and loved ones supporting military service members and veterans living in recovery with mental health challenges||Homefront Class|
|Adults (law enforcement, educators, mental health providers, counselors, faith leaders, and other community members) who interact with youth.||Social-Emotional and Mental Health Development for Children and Teens (SIGNALS)
Youth in Crisis (CIT-Y)
|Adults (law enforcement, first responders, clergy, hospital personnel, security officers, and other community partners)||Introduction to Behavioral Health and Addictive Diseases (8-hr. or 16-hr.)|
|General public||NAMI Smarts for Advocacy|
|Family members and loved ones of those individuals who are living in recovery with mental health challenges||Family Support Group|