2016 Mental Health Reform Bill

Senate passed H.R. 34 (mental health and criminal justice reform)

CEL-E-BRATE GOOD TIMES… COME ON! If you happened to listen closely enough, you might have heard our cheering just outside of DC as the Senate passed H.R. 34 (mental health and criminal justice reform) on Dec.7th by an astounding vote of 94-5. This victory is because of the power of your voice,...

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2016 NAMI Take the Pledge

Download your 2016 NAMI Social Media Toolkit

Click *here* to download your own copy of the 2016 NAMI Social Media Toolkit: Mental Health Month & Stigmafree OFFICIAL HASHTAGS #StigmaFree #MentalHealthMonth #MentalHealthReform NAMI SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/NAMI/ Twitter – @NAMICommunicate Instagram – @NAMICommunicate YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/NAMIvideo/ EDITORIAL CALENDAR & CONTENT (OVERVIEW) May 1-7 Take the Pledge May 8-14 Share May...

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NAMI Now - news for Feb 2016

NAMI Now – Feb 2016 News

 * Click here for full list of NAMI Feb 2016 news items! *    Movies In 2015 That Showcased Mental Health By Laura Greenstein | Feb. 26, 2016 Getting pumped for the Oscars on Sunday? Here are a few movies from 2015 that exemplified what it’s like to live with...

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2015 nami PSAs

New Mental Health Television PSAs: NAMI Launches

New Mental Health Television PSAs: NAMI Launches “Hope Starts with You” Campaign SAN FRANCISCO, July 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has launched “Hope Starts with You,” a new campaign of public service announcements (PSAs) for television. Unveiled at NAMI’s 36th annual convention, July 6-9, the two...

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HuffPost What’s Working Honor Roll: Some States Are Giving Mentally Ill Offenders An Alternative To Prison, With Promising Results

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/04/09/whats-working-prisoners-mentally-ill-mental-health-courts_n_7032574.html The Huffington Post  |  By Catherine Taibi Posted: 04/09/2015 12:30 pm EDT Updated: 04/10/2015 8:59 am EDT As journalists, we dutifully report on what’s going wrong, from scandals and corruption to natural disasters and social problems. But far too often the media fails to show the whole picture, neglecting...

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