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I’m Living With a Mental Health Condition
1 in 5 are affected by mental illness every year. You are not alone.
I’m a Family Member or Friend
When someone you care about develops a mental health condition, it’s hard to know what to do.
I’m a Company or Business
Our workplace mental health training and technical assistance can be tailored for your needs.
I’m a School
Helping middle and high school students understand mental health can make a big difference in their lives.
I’m a Mental Health Provider
Connect people living with mental illness, their family members, and friends, with life-changing support
We’re here for you if you’re struggling with your mental health or supporting a loved one. We’re offering our programs in person at our office, 307 W. 38th Street, 8th Fl, Manhattan. You can still access our classes, support groups, and many of our programs virtually.
Mental Health Diagnoses
Read about symptoms, causes, diagnoses, and treatments for various mental health conditions
All groups are led by a trained volunteers with lived experience, in a safe and judgment-free environment of mutual respect.
Every day, people contact us and find hope. Dealing with mental illness is not easy – not for the person with the illness, nor for the people in their life. NAMI-NYC gives many people hope for the first time. We can only do that because of YOU.
Thank you for your generosity and compassion. You make hope possible!
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NAMI-NYC saved my life. I was in a bad place prior to attending my first Support Group. I could no longer carry the load by myself. I was bursting at the seams and saw myself going into a dark place that was familiar. Making that decision to go to the group and sharing with complete strangers was a huge step for me, but after a couple of group sessions, I found a place where I could be vulnerable around my peers
I’ve gained more empathy. Teaching families how to deal with their relative has been a joy and pleasure, and NAMI has given me that opportunity. As I always tell families, “Even if you cannot help your relative, you can help yourself.”
NAMI-NYC has helped me find the words to articulate the importance of mental health. I learn every day that mental health is as important as physical health, and has to be ‘exercised’ and maintained regularly.