NATIONAL ALLIANCE ON MENTAL ILLNESS
As long as the mental health crisis still exists, none of us can truly rest.
NATIONAL HELPLINE: 1-800-273-8255
Welcome to the website of NAMI Hernando! This is where you will find information about who we are, what we do and the various programs we offer to improve the quality of life for those living with mental illness and those who love and support them. All of our programs are free and open to all who are interested.
The best way to check us out and see if we can be of assistance to you, is to look around our website or call NAMI Hernando at 352 684-0004! Thank you for stopping by, we are really glad you are here!
WHAT IS NAMI?
Improving Lives – NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nations’ largest grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness. The national and local organizations are made up of families, professionals in Mental Health and persons with a diagnosis.
NAMI has national/state organizations and local affiliates in more than 1,100 communities across the country that focus on three cornerstones of activity that offer hope, reform, and health; Support, education & advocacy.
EVERY MOMENT COUNTS
The families and members of NAMI Hernando are here to help! We offer understanding to anyone concerned about mental illnesses and the treatment of mental illness.
Mental illnesses are brain disorders that are biologically based medical problems. Untreated, they can cause severe disturbances in thinking, feeling and relating.
This results in substantially diminished capacity for dealing with the ordinary demands of life. Mental illness can affect persons of any age and occur in any family.
Working together we can make a difference
Thank you for your support! Today, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee voted to advance S. 2661, the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act. This bill will create a nationwide easy-to-remember 3-digit (988) number to call for a mental health crisis and suicide prevention.* In the final version, the committee included the part of the bill that would give states resources to better respond to mental health crises. [...]