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May is Mental Health Month

May 2020 is Mental Health Month, and NAMI Hillsborough wants you to know that “You are Not Alone”.

Even during a climate of physical distancing, we can build connection.  This is the time to be creative and to connect in as many digital ways as necessary for us to feel supported.

It is important now more than ever that we demonstrate that we truly are a #CompassionateCounty.  Know that your NAMI Hillsborough community is always here for you.  Connect with the movement all month long using the hashtags #NotAlone #YANA #MHM.

Download the NAMI Coronavirus Information and Resource Guide.

NEW! May 2020 Support Group Schedule

May 2020_Support Group Calendar

Thank you for connecting with us during the month of April.  We were able to support many people in the Tampa Bay area, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and beyond!

We will continue our partnership with NAMI Pasco in May, and to meet the demand for additional Zoom support groups, we have added Mondays to our schedule! Be sure to save the new schedule, and we’ll see you soon!

NAMI Basics is Now On Demand!

NAMI Basics is a 6-session education program for parents, caregivers and other family members who provide care for youth (under age 22) who are experiencing mental health symptoms.

The self-paced program is FREE and available 24/7.  NAMI Basics offers the flexibility of participating in the course on your schedule. Both formats provide identical information, strategies and the opportunity to connect with other parents and caregivers.

“I completed all six sessions over the Christmas holiday,” states NAMI Hillsborough Vice President, Natasha A. Pierre.  “I was very pleased with the content and delivery.”

Register today! NAMI Basics OnDemand.

What's Happening: NAMI Hillsborough

March 30, 2020

Contact: Natasha A. Pierre, CWIP, CPLC
Phone: 813-2172893


Tampa, FL, March 30, 2020 – The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) affiliates in Hillsborough and Pasco Counties are responding to the coronavirus pandemic by launching joint virtual support groups.

“Covid-19 has impacted our residents economically, socially, and mentally,” said Natasha A.

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