Who We Are                                                                                           NAMI Davidson is the direct  service provider of services for NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) in the Greater Nashville Area. The nonprofit 501.c.3 grassroots organization is led by and serves people whose lives are impacted by severe and persistent mental health issues. We are an independent affiliate to the state and national organizations. 
Who We Serve
Mental illness and co-occurring disorders cross all gender, age, ethnic, economic, social and cultural boundaries. Each year we reach out to over 3000 individuals. We serve individuals and their loved ones encouraging each to reach their potential in mental wellness. Faith communities, justice systems, area agencies, veterans organizations and legislative advocacy are all part of the annual agenda.  
How We Help 
Mental illness can be very isolating. Fear, stigma and lack of access to services prevent people from getting help. We offer hope for recovery through free, peer-led confidential support groups, education classes and our information and refererral Helpline. We combat stigma and promote understanding through our In our Own Voice  and In the Spirit of Awareness peer presentations. Our free education series is held each year between September and April with Vanderbilt University. 
 Give a Gift With Meaning  
Give a gift with meaning. Your tax-deductible donation to NAMI Davidson in any amount funds HOPE, POTENTIAL, 2ND & 3RD CHANCES because sometimes that's what it takes to recover from a serious mental illness or co-occurring disorder. Our free services actually have overhead costs. Your gift helps with printing, phone and internet, travel and staff costs. Please donate today.
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NAMI Davidson HelpLine 

9-5 Monday to Friday
24 Dept of Mental Health Crisis Line