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Mental Health For All

Mental Health For All

We’re dedicated to improving the lives of children, adolescents, adults, and families affected by mental illness through recovery-focused support, education, and advocacy.

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We're Here for You

We're Here for You

Our free, peer-led mental health support groups offer a safe space to share feelings and experiences with other people who know what you’re going through.

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We Make Mental Health a Priority

We Make Mental Health a Priority

We are mental health advocates who work to ensure that the peer and family voices are heard at the local, state, and federal levels.

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Find Your Pennsylvania NAMI Affiliate

We have NAMI Affiliates in communities across the state that raise awareness and provide essential and free education, advocacy, and support groups to individuals and families affected by mental illness.

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Coming Soon!

Our third annual Black Mental Health Summit, Our Journey to Community Healing, will take place on Wednesday, July 10, 2024, at the Hosanna House in Wilkinsburg. During the summit, we’ll explore ways that personal, family, and community trauma are affecting Black Americans, and the steps they can take to heal the pain and find a path to wellness. 

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How Can We Help You?

I'm Looking for Mental Health Support
I'm Looking for Mental Health Support

I'm Looking for Mental Health Support

I want to attend a peer or family education course.
I want to attend a peer or family education course.

I want to attend a peer or family education course.

I'd like to become a volunteer program leader.
I'd like to become a volunteer program leader.

I'd like to become a volunteer program leader.

I am a school, business, or organization looking to schedule a mental health awareness presentation.
I am a school, business, or organization looking to schedule a mental health awareness presentation.

I am a school, business, or organization looking to schedule a mental health awareness presentation.

How We're Serving Pennsylvania

We advocate for local, state, and national initiatives that strengthen the mental health system to better support individuals and families, to spread awareness in communities and workplaces, and to break down the stigma that stops people from getting the help they need.

CEOs Against Stigma

CEOs Against Stigma

First Episode Psychosis

First Episode Psychosis

Crisis Intervention Team

Crisis Intervention Team

Legislative Advocacy

Legislative Advocacy

Suicide Prevention Task Force (SAFE)

Suicide Prevention Task Force (SAFE)

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

Discover Upcoming NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania Events

NAMIWalks Keystone PA
Featured Events
6
October

NAMIWalks Keystone PA

Monroeville Community Park West, 2399 Tilbrook RoadMonroeville, PA 15146

Every year, hundreds of supporters of all ages walk to end mental health stigma and spread the word that treatment works and recovery is possible. The family-friendly event features music, resource tables, food trucks, face painting, selfie stations, and balloon artists.

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Green Light Gala for Mental Health Awareness
Featured Events
15
November

Green Light Gala for Mental Health Awareness

The Wintergarden at PPG Place, 1 PPG PlacePittsburgh, PA 15222

The Green Light Gala is a biennial statewide event that shines a light on the need for better mental health awareness, treatment, and resources.

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Connection Support Group Training
Trainings
1
June

Connection Support Group Training

NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups are peer-based support group programs for adults living with a mental health diagnosis.

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Family-to-Family Training
Trainings
26
June

Family-to-Family Training

NAMI Family-to-Family is an eight-session educational program for family, significant others, and friends of adults who are living with a mental health diagnosis. The course provides critical information and strategies for supporting the person you love.

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Black Mental Health Summit
Conferences
10
July

Black Mental Health Summit

Hosanna House, Inc., 807 Wallace AvePittsburgh, PA 15221

For Black Americans, historical trauma, discrimination, community violence, and economic insecurity all impact mental health.

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Youth Mental Health Conference
Conferences
7
February

Youth Mental Health Conference

The Westin Pittsburgh, 1000 Penn AvePittsburgh, PA 15222

Every year, NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania hosts a Youth Mental Health Conference that provides information on the newest research, innovative supports, and best practices to assist and advance the mental health needs of children, adolescents, and young adults.

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NAMIWalks Keystone PA
NAMIWalks Keystone PA
6
October

NAMIWalks Keystone PA

Monroeville Community Park West, 2399 Tilbrook RoadMonroeville, PA 15146

Every year, hundreds of supporters of all ages walk to end mental health stigma and spread the word that treatment works and recovery is possible. The family-friendly event features music, resource tables, food trucks, face painting, selfie stations, and balloon artists.

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Browse Our NKPA Blog

5 Strategies for Improving Mental Health at Work

5 Strategies for Improving Mental Health at Work

"I have never felt so seen." This feedback — which I have received repeatedly since the publication of my book, The Anxious Achiever, last year — makes me feel grateful. It also makes me angry...

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NAMI's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ken Duckworth, Named One of This Year's Verywell Mind 25

NAMI's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ken Duckworth, Named One of This Year's Verywell Mind 25

NAMI's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ken Duckworth, has been honored as one of this year's Verywell Mind 25. It's a tremendous privilege to be recognized alongside thought leaders, experts, and advocates who are shaping the landscape of mental health. Congratulations, Dr. Duckworth!...

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Running for Mental Health: 6 Reasons It Works For Me

Running for Mental Health: 6 Reasons It Works For Me

I've been a runner for over half my life, but I've never known how to convince other people to start running. Everyone already knows all the reasons to start: improved cardiovascular fitness, increased life expectancy. Everyone knows that more time in the sun means more vitamin D.

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