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The feeling of being valuable - "I am a valuable person" - is essential to mental health
and is the cornerstone of self-discipline.
     M. Scott Peck
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Yuma County Mental Health Court to Include Eligible Persons Charged with Misdemeanors and Felonies...
The AJA Diversion Workgroup is focused on expanding diversion and deferred prosecution for those with behavioral health issues at the pre-trial stage.  Evidence shows that appropriate early intervention, with the right level of services and “dosage” of treatment, is the best way to forestall the recidivism and high societal and personal costs associated with untreated mental illness in the criminal justice system. 
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Outreach Committee News...
The outreach committee had only two presentations in August but much work was done on the upcoming election.  We spoke August 6 to 45 Liberal Ladies in Fountain Hills and on August 12 to 26 at the Rim Rock Women Democrats meeting in Payson.
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SEEDS Conference...
The SEEDS Conference was held on October 3rd, 2014 at ASU West.
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NAMI 2014 Annual meeting, a Great Success...
Thank you to all who participated in this past Saturday's 2014 Annual Meeting and Celebration "Crankin' Up The Collaboration" where we saluted Governor Brewer and the bipartisan group that supported Expansion/Restoration last session further strenghtening our public health and safety net in the most economically sensible manner.
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With Thanks and Gratitude to our Sponsors…
NAMI Arizona cannot accomplish this important work alone and wishes to publicly thank our generous sponsors and community partners along the way…  
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Mental Health Advocate Optimistic About Care In Arizona
Some mental health advocates in Arizona say they’re optimistic about care here - especially since a longstanding lawsuit on that issue has been resolved.  Read More...
NAMI Arizona Mission Statement
NAMI Arizona is a statewide grassroots organization dedicated to serving individuals and families affected by mental illness to improve their quality of life and achieve recovery.NAMI Arizona promotes activities, in partnership with local NAMI affiliates, through education, advocacy, research, and support. Read More...
NAMI's Parents and Teachers as Allies...to Schedule in Maricopa County, Call 602-759-8177!
NAMI is delighted to announce the expansion of our Parents and Teachers as Allies in-service mental health education program for school professionals. Training of presenters for this NAMI Signature Program is in high demand. Read More...
Marc Community Resources
Free of Charge… Marc Community Resources Coordinator Andy Arnowitz enjoys helping people navigate through the often confusing world of the Arizona mental health system, getting his clients to the people and organizations best able to serve them. Read More...
Past NAMI Annual Meetings
NAMI Annual meetings from past years. Read More...

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