About the Conference
The annual NAMI Indiana State Conference brings together the latest in research, training, recovery models, mental health experts, and information on the new policies that will affect the lives of children and adults living with serious mental illnesses.
Speakers include leading mental health physicians, researchers, and advocates who are empowering people living with mental illnesses to find recovery.
The state conference brings together 250 people looking for new and better ways to manage and live with serious mental illnesses and how they can help others. Attendees are seeking answers and partners who are focused on recovery and systems change reforms.
people living with mental illnesses
mental health advocates
social services providers
About NAMI Indiana
NAMI Indiana is part of a powerful grassroots network stretching across the country. We are Indiana’s state organization of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. As a 501(c)(3) public charity, we provide advocacy, support, education and training for volunteers, professionals, families and NAMI local affiliates statewide.
Our board of directors voted to become affiliated with NAMI in 1985. NAMI Indiana now supports 12 local affiliates across the state serving more than 4,000 people living with serious mental illnesses, their family members and friends. There is no other organization like NAMI, which aims to bring together families and foster recovery from mental illnesses.