Please join NAMI South King County for an engaging presentation. This Ending the Silence presentation helps audience members learn about the warning signs of mental health conditions and what steps to take if you or a loved one are showing symptoms of a mental health condition. NAMI Ending the Silence for Families: 1-hour presentation for adults with middle or high school aged youth that includes warning signs, facts and statistics, how to talk with your child and how to work with school staff What People Are Saying
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- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
General information on variety of subjects for all ages
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health
National Institute of Mental Health
- Facts on Children’s Mental Health in America
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) fact sheets
- National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD)
NASMHPD advocates for the collective interests of state mental health authorities and their directors at the national level.
*Contest is open to NAMI members or active volunteers with a NAMI State Organization or NAMI Affiliate only.
Are you a budding videographer or know people who love being behind the lens? Then don’t miss a chance to submit a video to our NAMI Ending the Silence Video Contest! All video submissions are due by January 11, 2021.We are seeking new videos to use in our NAMI Ending the Silence (ETS) for Students presentation program. more » Read More
Has your insurance been impacted during COVID 19? Have you been laid off or are you a laid off parent with your special needs child on your insurance plan? The Dual Special Needs Plan is a plan funded by the federal government since 2003 to provide individuals who hold both a Medicare and Medicaid card with insurance coverage that is zero premium and zero copay. Benefits include transportation to medical appointments,more » Read More
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In the United States, 44 million adults – about one in five – have been diagnosed with a mental health condition. This is a rising healthOpens a New Window. challenge that does not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, educationOpens a New Window. or careerOpens a New Window.. Those living with depression, anxiety and other mental health disorders often experience strained relationships at home and at work.
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