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A New You Who…

  • no longer lives in darkness and confusion
  • is capable of advocating on your own behalf
  • better understands what is happening with that vital organ your brain

 

 

 

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Mission Statement

 

 

Strive To Improve The Quality Of Life For People Living With Mental Illness Including The Lives of Their Loved-Ones

10 Common Warning Signs of a Mental Health Condition in Teens and Young Adults

Watch the video to learn some of the signs of mental illness.

NAMI-PC is located in
Pinal County, Arizona

We are a local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and primarily serve the communities in central Pinal County.

Communities Include:

  • Casa Grande
  • Coolidge
  • Eloy Florence
  • Maricopa 
  • Stanfield 
  • and Arizona City, to name the larger ones.

NAMI Pinal Central continues to strive to make our website a valuable resource for those individual’s who’s lives have been affected by mental illness.

We hope that between the resources you find on our website, the support you will find through our classes and support groups, along with the activities we hold in our communities, you will find a way to begin your journey to mental health recovery.

If you are in a crisis and need someone to talk with immediately we encourage you to contact the Help Line. You matter, even if you are feeling hopeless. So many of us have wanted to end our lives but later found relief that we made that call because we found we have so much to live for.

 

HELP LINE

 800-950-6264

 

Call anytime you are feeling hopeless and need someone to talk with. You will find someone caring on the other end of the phone who can help you find the light at the end of the tunnel.

The National Alliance On Mental Illness has a vast database of information that can help you learn about and understand various mental illnesses along with a list of medications used to treat various mental illnesses.

information on how to get involved with our elected officials and take part in helping shape policies

…and much much more.

NAMI.ORG

Nami National Alliance on Mental Illness

 

Learn More

Find Support

Get Involved

Calendar

Find local mental health
support groups and events

Donate

Coming Soon!
Email mary.lapaglia@gmail.com if you want to make a donation in the meantime.

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support groups and events

DO YOU FEEL ALL ALONE?

We hope that between the resources you find on our website, the support you will find through our classes and support groups, along with the activities we hold in our communities, you will find a way to begin your journey to mental health recovery.


If you are in a crisis and need someone to talk with immediately we encourage you to contact the Help Line. You may feel hopeless but never forget that you matter. Don’t let your feelings dictate your actions. Those with mental illness suffer with a brain that doesn’t always offer the feedback or emotional support we desire.

 

This is why education is so vital to survival. Coming to understand that you can make sound logical decisions during your good times, through support of loved ones, and with the help of NAMI members, who truly understand how you are feeling, can help you survive those times when your brain is playing tricks on your or leaves you out in the wind.

 

So many of us have wanted to end our lives but later found relief that we literally dodged a bullet. We came to understand that our lives had real meaning, even though at the time we couldn’t see it.

 

You are important and loved!

NAMI HELP LINE
800-950-6264

NurseWise crisis line – 866-495-6735
Get Local Help. A Crisis Team can be dispatched to your location

 

Peer-operated Warm Line – 888-404-5530

The Peer Warm line is staffed by trained peers (members with lived experience overcoming mental illness) who provide a friendly voice, and support and help alleviate loneliness and isolation.


Call anytime you are feeling hopeless and/or need someone to talk with. You will find someone caring on the other end of the phone who can help you find the light at the end of the tunnel.


The National Alliance On Mental Illness has a vast database of information that can help you learn about and understand various mental illnesses along with a list of medications used to treat various mental illnesses including benefits and side effects.

 

They have created a long list of detailed information that will help you find direction and arm you with questions to ask your doctor. These resources will help you get a jumpstart on improving your mental health.

 

Don’t hesitate to get started today on finding a happier and healthier you.

NAMI.ORG

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Mission Statement

 

 

Strive To Improve The Quality Of Life For People Living With Mental Illness Including The Lives of Their Loved-Ones

10 Common Warning Signs of a Mental Health Condition in Teens and Young Adults

Watch the video to learn some of the signs of mental illness.

NAMI-PC is located in
Pinal County, Arizona

We are a local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and primarily serve the communities in central Pinal County.

Communities Include:

  • Casa Grande
  • Coolidge
  • Eloy Florence
  • Maricopa 
  • Stanfield 
  • and Arizona City, to name the larger ones.

NAMI Pinal Central continues to strive to make our website a valuable resource for those individual’s who’s lives have been affected by mental illness.

We hope that between the resources you find on our website, the support you will find through our classes and support groups, along with the activities we hold in our communities, you will find a way to begin your journey to mental health recovery.

If you are in a crisis and need someone to talk with immediately we encourage you to contact the Help Line. You matter, even if you are feeling hopeless. So many of us have wanted to end our lives but later found relief that we made that call because we found we have so much to live for.

 

HELP LINE

 800-950-6264

 

Call anytime you are feeling hopeless and need someone to talk with. You will find someone caring on the other end of the phone who can help you find the light at the end of the tunnel.

The National Alliance On Mental Illness has a vast database of information that can help you learn about and understand various mental illnesses along with a list of medications used to treat various mental illnesses.

information on how to get involved with our elected officials and take part in helping shape policies

…and much much more.

NAMI.ORG

Nami National Alliance on Mental Illness

 

Learn More

Find Support

Get Involved