We are gearing up for our first Virtual NAMIWalks Your Way on 10/10/2020, a National Day of Hope.
If you were unable to join us for our Rally, we have another opportunity for you to find out more about our Virtual Walk and how to be a part of our October event.
We are having a Virtual Kick-Off-Event on Saturday, August 29th at 9:00 a.m. You will learn how to register, build a team, and use social media to fund raise.more » Read More
NAMI is all about overcoming stigma and accepting folks as they are. Here are events from across the state that address the current issues in our country and community.
NAMI Gulf Coast
Monday, July 20, 2020, 1:00PM-2:00PM CT
“NAMI Gulf Coast is inviting you to join us as we raise awareness, identify mental health issues and engage in a discussion about mental health among our minority population.more » Read More
Mental health for all! Join us for the NAMIWalks Rally in the Brazos Valley from the comfort of your own mobile or PC device, home or office space!
NAMIWalks Your Way Virtual Rally
Date: July 30th, 2020
(Livestream information will be emailed to all registered participants, as details are confirmed)
There is no cost to attend this community event!
So gather your family,more » Read More
NAMI-Brazos Valley has hired Jon Bennett as Executive Director.
Jon brings a wealth of experience developing and directing non-profit organizations in College Station, Texas. Jon served 23 years in Non-Profit TV& Radio and 18 of those years as Station Manager at KAMU-TV/FM. He has also taught and assisted in teaching journalism classes for many years at Texas A&M University.
Jon is an active community volunteer, having served for 18 years as Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 802 and 26 years total as an adult leader in the Boy Scouts of America – Sam Houston Area Council,more » Read More
By Sandy Glover
You can find this article, and more, at NAMI Blog.
Back in the 1970s, my mother was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. At the time, education on mental illness was lacking. Patients would go into inpatient facilities for months at a time, but once discharged, they were left to fend for themselves. They weren’t referred to outpatient therapists or offered outside classes for coping skills.
My mother presented with signs of severe depression and psychosis that included auditory and visual hallucinations and delusions.more » Read More