Our Family-to-Family class is an education program for family & friends of adults who live with mental illness. Would you or someone you know benefit from this free program? Next class begins 6/13. Register by calling 502.588.5008 or register on our website with the following link: NAMI Family to Family Registration.Help spread the word!
Please join us on Monday, March 11, 2019 from
5 – 7:30 PM at Sullivan College of Technology & Design at 3901 Atkinson Square Drive.
In celebration of an outstanding year of growth and development of new programming, a light dinner will be served. You will have the opportunity to hear NAMI Louisville Member Hanah Carter’s heartfelt story along with acceptance speeches by the following 2019 NAMI Louisville Annual Award Winners.Dr. Rifaat El-Mallakh, 2019 NAMI Louisville Outstanding Read More
Walk/run fundraiser with vendors, live music, and other attractions to raise awareness and provide local mental health-related educational classes and support groups. Hosted by National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Louisville
Admission: $30 – Register Online Location: Louisville Waterfront Park Harbor Lawn Date: Saturday, June 8
Schedule: Registration begins at 8:30 am presentation at 9:30 walk and run begins at 10 am
Teams: Teams can register online by filling out our team registration form.
We ALL have Mental Health!
Film screening with a facilitated conversation following the film.
January 16, 2019 – 6 PM – Louisville Southwest Regional Library
Louisville Southwest Regional Library
9725 Dixie Highway – Louisville, KY 40272
JOIN US FOR AN IMPORTANT COMMUNITY CONVERSATION!!Learn why we ALL have mental health Gain Insight, Tools and Strategies Gather Information and Resources
*The Youth Mental Health Project is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (C)(3) Organization whose mission is to empower families and communities to act with the knowledge skills and resources they need Read More
Many people can experience feelings of anxiety or depression during the holiday season. People who already live with a mental health condition should take extra care to tend to their overall health and wellness during this time.
Extra stress, unrealistic expectations or even sentimental memories that accompany the season can be a catalyst for the holiday blues. Some can be at risk for feelings of loneliness, sadness, fatigue, tension and a sense of loss.