Youth Programming


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NAMI Ending the Silence Presentation is a 50-minute presentation about mental health conditions in youth. Available for 3 audiences: students, families, and school staff. All versions educate about warning signs, what to do, and the importance of early intervention. NAMI Ending the Silence for Students is an evidence-based program.

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Start a Club

In order to start a club, student club leaders will need to submit a Contact Form to NAMI National. The contact form must include names, emails, and phone numbers of: Club Leader/President Club Secondary/VP Club Faculty Adviser – co-advisers are also an option, but only one name is needed Local Affiliate Member who will check in with the club monthly State Affiliate Member who will support the club in its establishment, with leadership transitions, and be available to attend leadership and club meetings Once the Contact Form has been submitted to NAMI National, as well as to the Local and State Affiliates, the club will become an official NAMI on Campus club. For additional information and support, please see the NAMI college guide.

What do NAMI on Campus clubs do?

NAMI on Campus clubs are student-led, student-run mental health organizations on college campuses. NAMI on Campus clubs: Raise mental health awareness with fairs, walks and candlelit vigils. Educate the campus with presentations, guest speakers and student panels. Advocate for improved mental health services and policies on campus. Support peers with signature NAMI programs and training from NAMI State Organizations and Affiliates. As a member of a NAMI on Campus club, you will belong to the largest grassroots mental health organization in America. Club leaders have access to the staff, resources, opportunities and support that comes with being part of this national movement, including opportunities beyond your college years. Find out More on the NAMI National site

NAMI on Campus clubs work to end the stigma that makes it hard for students to talk about mental health and get the help they need. Clubs hold creative meetings, hold innovative awareness events, and offer signature NAMI programs through partnerships with NAMI State Organizations and Affiliates across the nation.