Giving Tuesday is Here! Make this a day for thought-full giving as you recognize strong minds living with brain disorders. NAMI Davidson Co. serves people throughout the Greater Nashville Area seeking to find equilibrium when living with depressive, bipolar and schizoaffective disorders, and other life altering issues. It takes a strong mind to live, not merely exist, with a mental health issue. Help us continue to provide free, peer-to peer support, education and advocacy.more » Read More
- Key Issues: #Vote4MentalHealth is about more than a single policy issue. It’s about knowing how different issues affect people with mental health conditions.
Mental health issues are hard on everyone. In relationships, everyone lives with the daily changes faced by the person directly affected. It can be hard, when you are the person experiencing mood swings, voices, etc. to describe exactly what is going on. Even harder is to define what might help. Below is a link to a recent NAMI.ORG blog that might just help put things in perspective.
more » Read More
We Talk About It! Come to a Safe Place Where You Can, Too! NAMI Davidson offers four support groups monthly. Groups are open to people living with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, depressive disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, dissociative identity disorder, ADHD, and other brain or trauma-based disorders. A diagnosis is not necessary. What is important to NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), is the impact it is having on your life as someone directly experiencing a disorder,more » Read More
“All politics are local.” What does the election mean for you? Click on the picture below to take the Pledge for mental health advocacy. Study the issues. Find out where candidates stand on mental health. Scroll down on the landing page to watch the video.more » Read More
NAMI is excited to announce the launch of the new vote4mentalhealth.org website. The new site promotes the pledge to #Vote4MentalHealth. When people take the pledge, they will receive voting-related reminders and information for their state now through Election Day.
The site also has much more. It includes: