National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Tennessee is a state chapter of NAMI that provides local support resources to those coping with psychological health concerns. The organization provides information, counseling and programs for individuals and families reduce stigma through community outreach and works to reduce the stigma of psychological health concerns through community education. Find or start a support community near you with their online directory.
NAMI New Hampshire
National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire (NAMI NH) is a state chapter of NAMI that provides local support resources to individuals and families coping with psychological health concerns. The organization provides information, advocacy, online and in-person support groups and works to reduce the stigma of psychological health concerns through community education. NAMI NH is planning a week of awareness activities in support of Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week May 5-11. Visit their events page to find events that promote resiliency for children and families coping with psychological health concerns.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Alabama is the state chapter of NAMI that provides support and resources to those coping with psychological health concerns. Through its programs, NAMI Alabama provides information, support and resources, and works to reduce the stigma of mental illness through community education. Visit their calendar to find family events, support group and connection meetings throughout the month of May.
Mental Health America
Mental Health America (MHA) promotes strong public psychological health through advocacy, education trainings, research and support services. In observance of Mental Health Awareness Month, MHA will feature a campaign center, toolkit and a calendar of daily tips for strong psychological health. Visit their site for these and other psychological health resources throughout the month of May.
Give An Hour
Give an Hour is a national network of healthcare providers who donate free psychological health services to OEF/OIF/OND service members, veterans and military families. Give an Hour is currently providing psychological support resources and counseling to victims, families and first responders of the Boston Marathon bombings. Visit the site’s “provider search” to find a service location in your area.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is a grassroots organization that creates awareness about psychological health concerns and promotes education, advocacy and programs to communities across the country. Find your local NAMI chapter to find events and support resources in your area. Register now for the 2013 NAMI National Convention on Mental Healthcare June 27-30 in San Antonio, Texas, to connect with other individuals, families and mental health providers.
The Soldiers Project
The Soldiers Project is a group of psychological health professionals who volunteer to provide free psychological healthcare and counseling to members of the military community. The Soldiers Projects focuses on helping service members, veterans and their families cope with stressors commonly experienced throughout the deployment cycle. For example, the organization is sponsoring a “Group of Your Own Event” with the Manhasset Women’s Vet organization in Manhasset, NY, on May 18 that will provide a forum for female veterans to discuss the challenges of transitioning from military to civilian life.
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