Kosair Charities’ mission is to protect the health and well-being of children in Kentucky and Southern Indiana by providing financial support for clinical services, research, pediatric healthcare education, and child advocacy. Kosair Charities knows that a child’s mental health is equally as important as their physical health and is proud to call NAMI one of its supported agencies.
You are invited to attend a NAMI Louisville FaithNet presentation in Southern Indiana. Learn how NAMI can provide education, support and advocacy to your faith community.
Faith and Spirituality are essential elements of healing for individuals and families affected by mental illness
Did You Know?
One in Five Adults and Children experience a mental health condition in a given year, including depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and other condition. Faith and spirituality are essential elements of healing and recovery for many, yet many Read More
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What does NAMI Louisville do?
We educate – Currently we offer 12 week Family to Family classes and 6 week Basics classes throughout the year free of charge.
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The 6 week Basics class has been cancelled. Please check back for upcoming classes.
We’ve sent 20,000 messages to Congress to urge them to reform mental health care.
We need to send 20,000 more.
Congress needs to see perfectly clearly how important mental health care is to our country. Congress doesn’t need glasses to see 20/20—it needs your advocacy.
Contact Chairman Fred Upton and Ranking Member Frank Pallone, two House Committee leaders who will help decide the future of health care reform, and urge them to move comprehensive mental health reform (HR 2646) forward.
With your help, the Read More
Legislators who make important decisions receive much of their information about mental illness the same way the general public does: through the media. While members of Congress also have staffers to study the issues, they rely on constituents for information. That means you. The best way to inform the legislators and give them an accurate picture of the reality of mental illness is to share with them the stories of those whom have had personal experiences with mental illness.