If you are experiencing stress, anxiety, depression or any other mental health challenges, you are not alone.
Millions of people in the U.S. are impacted by mental illness every year. One in five adults have mental illness but fewer than half seek and receive the care they need. There are a variety of factors that can further isolate people and impact their likelihood of receiving life-changing support, such as cultural stigma surrounding seeking support for mental health and barriers to care (such as language barriers).
It can be hard to know what to do when you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health challenge. But NAMI support groups can help.
NAMI support groups are free, quality, peer-led, community based and available throughout the country. NAMI support groups incorporate trauma-informed and cross-cultural resources to ensure every person feels supported in a way that works for them by people within their own community. Groups are available in person and virtually, offering an opportunity for individuals and families to connect with others who have similar experiences, share their story, access resources and feel a sense of belonging.