NAMI – Providing Support to Peers and Families

by Beth Triplett

For those suffering from mental illness or the families impacted by a loved one who is, things can feel overwhelming and lonely. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) exists to change that.

The Dubuque chapter of the national organization provides education, support, and advocacy for peers and families touched by someone with a brain health challenge. Best of all, the NAMI programs, support groups, and most classes are offered without charge.

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