Public Presentations

Stigma remains one of the greatest barriers to treatment. The average delay between the onset of mental health symptoms and treatment is 8 to 10 years.

The perception of mental illness won't change if we don't take action.  Talk about mental health conditions and learn how you can make a difference to support others.  

Schedule a NAMI presentation and start the conversation.

School Hallway

Ending the Stigma

Ending the Stigma is a presentation designed for middle and high school audiences. This transformational program is devoted to giving students an opportunity to learn about mental illness through an informative PowerPoint, short videos, and personal testimony. 

Classroom Lecture

Parents as Allies and Advocates

Parents as Allies and Advocates is a presentation for parents and caregivers that will provide an overview of youth mental health issues, including prevalence and warning signs to look for, and ideas for how to support your child/teen.  The presentation will be facilitated by a parent who has experience raising a child with a mental health condition along with a young adult who is living with a condition.  Q&A at the end of the session will provide time for attendees to ask questions and links to resources for ongoing support will be included.

Public Speaker

In Our Own Voice

In Our Own Voice is a unique public education presentation that offers insight into the hope and recovery possible for people living with mental health conditions. Trained individuals living with conditions share their journeys living with these conditions and engage with the audience to answer questions and decrease stigma.

Business Meeting

Mental Health Matters at Work

Mental Health Matters at Work is a program designed to help companies create a healthy workplace. In fostering a stigma-free environment, employers have the unique opportunity to improve the mental health of employees and their families.

Mental Health 101: Speaking our Minds

Mental Health 101 is a program designed for community groups and organizations to end the stigma surrounding mental health by starting the conversation and providing an opportunity to learn about mental health conditions through an interactive, informative overview and personal testimony from those living with conditions. This presentation can be tailored to meet the unique needs of diverse communities.