National Alliance on Mental Illness


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The International Steampunk Symposium Supports NAMI

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. They provide advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all families affected by mental illness can build better lives.

In pursuing our mission, NAMI Southwest Ohio is committed to the following values:

  • Recovery: Recovery is possible with comprehensive treatment. Mental illness, like most other illnesses, comprises biological, psychological, and social factors.

  • Access to Treatment: All individuals should have access to treatment appropriate to their needs.

  • Needs Adequately Addressed: The needs of all those affected by mental illness, including people living with mental illness, family members, friends and others should be adequately addressed.

  • No Guilt, Shame, Blame or Stigma: There should be no stigma associated with mental illness.

  • Collaboration: Collaboration within the mental health community is vital to effective treatment and recovery.

  • Excellence: All NAMI’s support, education and advocacy programs should be conducted with the highest possible standards.

  • Inclusion: All segments of the community should be included as we seek to be the voice for mental health in Southwest Ohio.

  • Respect: All individuals should be treated with respect in every situation.

  • Openness and Responsiveness to Change: NAMI will be quick to adapt to positive research, medications and treatment, and will be willing to consider changes that will improve the delivery of our mission.

  • Fiscal Responsibility: Financial policies and decisions will be carefully weighed in order to optimize the use of resources in the most efficient and effective manner.

For more information, please check out NAMI’s website,,
or call 513-351-3500.