When you, a family member or a loved one begin to suspect a mental illness, it can be scary and overwhelming. NAMI Hillsborough is here to help.
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: 1002 E Palm Ave. Tampa FL 33605
NAMI offers the understanding that only those with the lived experience of mental illness can provide. Together with our grassroots volunteers, we work every day to provide help and hope to millions of Americans. When we take care of mental health, we can all see the benefits.
The first step is helping us stop the stigma against mental health. With your help, we can stop stigma from being a barrier against people seeking help and speaking out.
Get involved and make a difference in the lives of those living with mental health conditions in the Tampa/Hillsborough community.
Following the release of the Fiscal Year 2018 federal appropriations package, NAMI is extremely grateful for the increased investments in mental health services and supports. By including significant funding increases for these programs, Congress has taken a crucial step to support individuals with mental illness and their families.
Need assistance, or know someone who is in need of assistance? Please click on the link below to find local, state, and federal resources.
NAMI Hillsborough wants to reach the individual, the family, and friends of the individual and feel that they are not alone, there is a help, care, and compassion for everyone. We want to help all the people we can.
NAMI Hillsborough is currently offering Support Groups, Education Classes, and Advocating for mental illness legislation.
With your support, we can continue offering these services, as well as expanding services.
Will you join us in our mission? Please click the link below to donate.
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NAMI's Statement Regarding President Trump's Recent Comments On Mental Health Care
In need of local community support? Are you looking to get involved in NAMI Hillsborough? Please click on the link below to check out some of our programs.
NAMI Celebrates Mental Health Victories in Federal Funding Billing
In recent days, there has been a lot of rhetoric by the President and the NRA about "crazy people" and a desire to return to the days of the "institutions." These comments reinforce inaccurate and negative stereotypes and create barriers to having real conversations about how to improve the mental health services that lead to recovery and participation in American society by people experiencing mental health conditions.
"My mental illness began when I was 14 years old. It was a scary time for both me and my family. I didn't know what was happening to me or that what was happening was unusual. Meeting other people with similar issues has helped me better understand and cope with my illness."
Diagnosis: Schizoaffective Disorder
“When my son first told me he was hearing voices I didn't know it could be a sign of mental illness. In fact I thought people were born with the illness. I didn't know it developed later in life. The NAMI Family to Family Education has helped me to better understand my son's illness and the Support Group is a constant source of strength for me and my family."
Mother of Schizoaffective Adult
Our goal is to enhance the lives of those living with mental illness as well as their family and loved ones through support, education and advocacy.