NAMI advocates for the most effective and appropriate care and treatment and provision of services for people who experience a mental illness. NAMI's priority populations are children, youth and adults with serious mental illnesses who need services and support, often throughout their lives. These include children and adults who have diagnoses that are considered major mental illnesses that significantly impair major life activities, interpersonally, vocationally, educationally, and in managing activities of daily living.
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- African American Mental Health
- Asian American Mental Health
- Latinx and Hispanic Mental Health
- Native American and Alaskan Native Mental Health
- Muslim American Mental Health
- LGBTQ+ Mental Health
- Holing on to Hope: Faith and Mental Health in the Black Community
- Processing Pain while Fighting for Change: Strategies for Black Mental Wellness
- Processing Pain while Fighting For Change: Strategies for Black Mental Wellness with Brandon J. Johnson. Originally recorded on 8/12/20
- Holding on to Hope: Faith and Mental Health in the Black Community. Presented by Brandon J. Johnson, Dr. Chanda Reynolds, Rev. Bryce Jones, & Dr. Carla J. Debnam. Originally recorded on 8/26/20
- 9/30/20: Race-Based Traumatic Stress. Presented by Brandon J. Johnson and Janel Cubbage