NAMI Delaware News
Youth Mental Health with Anne Slease
The podcast Education Excellence with Kristina Macbury featured staff member Anne Slease talking about youth mental health and how early intervention can save lives. Listen on Apple Podcasts now!
Importance of School Focused Mental Health
Anne Slease (Director of Advocacy & Education) discusses why legislation to increase the mental health awareness and support in schools is vital for today’s youth in a letter to Delaware Online’s editors, now published on their website:
Download our Summer 2019 Intern/Volunteer Newsletter now!
Wondering what it’s like as an intern or volunteer with us at NAMI Delaware? Want some updates on our current activities and events? Click below to read our latest edition of our Intern/Volunteer newsletter!
Delaware School Mental Health Heroes
NAMI Delaware congratulates the schools that have invited us into their communities to help educate on mental health awareness and suicide prevention during the 2018-2019 school year! By being proactive, we can help decrease the stigma that is a huge barrier against accessing mental health care for many. We are so appreciative of all the schools, districts, and family organizations that have reached out to us for presentations and trainings. As a result, we were able to serve more than 40 school organizations during the 2018-2019 school year.
If you would like us to come visit your school community for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year, send us a message through our contact page or email us at email@example.com!
The NAMI Crisis Guide is a great resource for individuals and families to use as a reference in preparing for a potential mental health related emergency or crisis.
Supporting mental health in Delaware.
Our impact in the last year.
Thanks to you who support us, NAMI Delaware is celebrating 35 years of effectiveness as a statewide organization of families, mental health consumers, friends, and professionals dedicated to improving the quality of life for those affected by life-changing brain diseases such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression.