Mental Health Awareness Month

Recognize Mental Health Awareness Month with NAMI Indiana this May 2023!

Free Education Programs for the Public

NAMI In Our Own Voice
NAMI In Our Own Voice is a unique public education program developed by NAMI, in which trained speakers share compelling personal stories about living with mental illness and achieving recovery. In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, NAMI Indiana is hosting this presentation for free and open to the public on Tuesday, May 16. 

Indianapolis Public Library
Pike Branch
6525 Zionsville Rd. 

Tuesday, May 16, 2023
6 - 7:30 PM
(A light complimentary dinner will be provided)

Find Your Local NAMI

NAMI Indiana affiliates offer NAMI programs and support groups throughout the state. Find your local affiliate and check out their offerings to find support in your community. 

Upcoming NAMI Education Classes in Indiana

NAMI Evansville
NAMI Family & Friends
Date TBD

NAMI Fort Wayne
NAMI Peer-to-Peer
Fridays, June 2nd - July 21st, 8-week class

NAMI Vigo County
NAMI Family & Friends
Saturday, May 13

Honor an Individual with a Donation

Recognize Mental Health Awareness Month by honoring a loved one with a donation to NAMI Indiana. When you make your donation, simply follow the steps to indicate that it is an honorary gift and NAMI Indiana will mail a card on your behalf. Share a message you'd like to send, and we will mail a handwritten card from you to the individual or family you are honoring. 

Lighting of Monument Circle in Indianapolis, IN

NAMI Indiana has partnered with Mental Health America of Indiana and the Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers to light Monument Circle in Indianapolis GREEN May 10-16! Visit the Monument and snap photos to share your support for Hoosier's mental well-being. At the heart of our state's capitol, it is our hope that this lighting symbolizes hope and continued efforts to improve access to mental health services and resources for Indiana residents. 

Local Nonprofit Raising Awareness for Mental Health Month

Monument Circle Turned Green for Mental Health