“I can’t imagine not being a part of the NAMI-NYC community,” Alex shared.
Kendall’s journey into the world of marathon running might seem unexpected for someone who doesn’t consider herself a runner. As a segment producer for “Good Morning America” and ABC News, her life has always revolved around the fast-paced world of …
Susie’s path to NAMI-NYC began with a simple yet profound realization—the power of peer support. Introduced to NAMI through another affiliate and a NAMI Connections support group, she instantly knew that this was the community she had been searching for. …
NAMI-NYC’s Policy Director Kimberly Blair has been recognized and named to City & State’s prestigious Who’s Who in Government Relations List.
The Pershing Square Foundation has offered a generous $100,000 match to help NAMIWalks NYC reach its $1+ million goal.
The Walk is a local day of awareness and community to fight stigma, end discrimination, and support #MentalHealthForAll.
We urge the Speaker and City Council to consider one key missing factor—a modest investment of $250,000 towards our one-of-a-kind, evidence-based family support programs.
New York, April 3, 2023–NAMI-NYC volunteer and participant Kerensa Ward has been named to New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s (DOHMH) Bureau of Mental Health Consumer Advisory Board (CAB). “I’m incredibly excited to make a difference on …
The Connor Sheehan Fund has donated $20,000 to NAMI-NYC’s Ending the Silence program, which addresses our nation’s youth mental health crisis.
NAMI-NYC is proud to welcome three new Board Members, Steve Nadel, Barbara Spitzer, and Jason Tompkins.
In celebration of Black History Month, Maybelline donated $5,000 to support NAMI-NYC’s free, community based Black Minds Matter support groups.