Our own Mallory Kloucek and Jordan Stone appeared on KELOLAND Living to talk about mental health and Recovery Month.more » Read More
We know that connection is at the very heart of what NAMI does, and that everyone is feeling stressed right now. Since we can’t deliver our programs in person, we are working hard to offer some activities and resources online.more » Read More
NAMI South Dakota’s annual day at the South Dakota Capitol is January 24, 2020. Advocates and supporters from across the state will gather to educate and inform lawmakers and others in the Capitol Rotunda from 9 am-2pm. Please join us to make your voice heard as we advocate for mental health parity, funding, access and policies during this legislative session.more » Read More
NAMI’s Ending the Silence program is being presented in middle and high schools all across South Dakota. Students, teachers, and parents are viewing the 50-minute presentation to learn more about mental health conditions and how youth can help themselves or others. Volunteer presenters are currently being trained online with in-person coaching. Visit our Ending the Silence page for more information and to volunteer.more » Read More
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of South Dakota is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of a 2018 Bush Foundation Community Innovation grant award. This project entitled “Moving from Illness to Wellness “ will impact the Northeast region of
South Dakota and the communities of Aberdeen, Milbank, and Watertown. This is a two-year project with a total award of $193,648.00.
As a deeply rural state, South Dakota faces challenges in providing the community-based supports needed for individuals and families impacted by mental illness.more » Read More