You ARE NOT alone.

1 in 4.5 American adults experience mental illness in any given year.

Experts debate the current number of American adults experiencing mental illness. Whether it is 1 in 4 or 1 in 5, NAMI Tennessee is here to help ALL American Adults experiencing mental illness.

 
 

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You ARE NOT alone.

Caregivers spend an
average of 32 hours per week
providing unpaid care.

At least 8.4 million Americans provide care to an adult
with an emotional or mental illness

 

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You ARE NOT alone.

19% of U.S. adults with mental illness
also have a substance use disorder

1 in 8 of all visits to U.S. emergency departments are
related to mental and substance use disorders

 
 

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SUPPORT GROUPS
& CLASSES

Our NAMI Tennessee Affiliates are offering virtual support groups and classes, along with some in-person support groups with social distancing restrictions.

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Apart but not Alone.

NAMI Tennessee now offers NAMI at Home which will share information abut mental health, mental illness, and coping during the time of Corona Virus in one place.

September 24 & 25

VIRTUAL • NO COST EVENT

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NAMI Tennessee needs your membership support. Please let us count on you. There is power in numbers, and we need the support of consumers, families, friends, professionals and others who share our goals. Subscribe to the latest mental health updates, participate in an online discussion group, learn how to advocate in your community and add your voice to the mental health movement.

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Media Resources

Millions of people in the U.S. are affected by mental illness each year. It’s important to measure how common mental illness is, so we can understand its physical, social and financial impact — and so we can show that no one is alone. These available resources are powerful tools for raising public awareness, stigma-busting and advocating for better health care. 

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