• Ask us about NAMI's Lokai bracelet

    1 in 5 American adults live with a mental health condition. Together, Lokai and the National Alliance on Mental Illness want to stop the stigma and stand with the millions of Americans who live with mental health conditions. Lokai bracelets consist of clear beads and also have one white and black bead on each side. The black bead contains mud from the Dead Sea. The white bead contains water from Mount Everest. ... The beads on the bracelet symbolize two ideas. The black bead symbolizes staying hopeful when you've hit a low point. Email us at info@namilee.org to purchase your Loaki.

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2021 Annual Membership Meeting (Virtual)

January 6, 2021

The NAMI Lee, Charlotte and Hendry Counties Board of Directors invites you to the Virtual Annual Member Meeting on Monday, February 8th at 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. We will review all of NAMI LCH’s accomplishments in 2020 and vote on any new and returning Board member positions. All current NAMI Lee, Charlotte and Hendry more »

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Nominations for Board of Directors are open

December 1, 2020

Nominations for Board of Directors are open. CLICK HERE to complete the Board of Directors Nomination Form. CLICK HERE to complete the Board of Directors Candidate Application.

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2020 NAMIWalks Your Way Premier Sponsor

August 24, 2020

A huge shout out to Park Royal Behavioral Health Services for their support and participation on the upcoming National Day of Hope, October 10, 2020.  #WalkwithmeSWFL Click here to learn more about the walk. Click here to walk with Team Park Royal Hospital

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2020 Back to School Toolkit

Mental Health America (MHA) has developed its 2020 Back to School Toolkit with this and more in mind to help students, parents, and school personnel navigate the uncharted waters of COVID-19. Many children who return to school will be lonely, having been isolated for months. Many who remain at home will feel even lonelier and more »

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Tips For Starting Or Continuing Mental Health Care From Home

May 20, 2020

More than 4 out of 5 adults say the coronavirus pandemic has affected their mental health. That’s based on a new poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation. But stay-at-home orders mean people can’t attend their regular therapy sessions in person. NPR’s Lauren Hodges worked with NPR’s Life Kit podcast to figure out the best way more »

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