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Buy Your KC Chiefs Tickets with NAMI

September 16, 2018

Sunday, September 16, 2018 — The KS Chief are in 1st place in AFC West with 2 wins to start the season! NAMI Kansas has teamed up with the Kansas City Chiefs so you can score discounted tickets to an upcoming home game while raising money for people affected by mental illness. The Chiefs are offering select tickets more »

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NAMI RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY

September 12, 2018

Posted September 12, 2018 NAMI is committed to ensuring that the most effective treatments for mental illness are available to those who need them. Determining which treatments are most effective requires research. When NAMI learns of new studies by physicians and other scientists involving new treatment methods, such as psychotherapies, medications, methods of medication delivery, more »

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Buy KC Chiefs Tickets with NAMI Kansas

September 11, 2018

NAMI Kansas has teamed up with the Kansas City Chiefs so you can score discounted tickets to an upcoming home game while raising money for people affected by mental illness. The Chiefs are offering select tickets for only $30 (plus $3.50 in fees). The best part is, $10 from every ticket sold will benefit NAMI Kansas or more »

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Register NOW for 2018 Annual Conference Topeka, Kansas October 12-13

September 10, 2018

Posted: September 10, 2018 Travel back in time to 1988 at the NAMI Kansas conference.  Join us Friday, October 12, at 6:00 pm for dinner followed by games, live music and a 1980s costume contest. NAMI Kansas is excited to invite you to attend our annual conference!  This year’s conference will be held in Topeka, more »

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NAMI’s Family-to-Family program teaches about mental illness

August 17, 2018

By Max Wirestone, Special to The Capital-Journal Posted Aug 16, 2018 at 8:44 PM Mary Haubold knows what it is like to feel uneducated about mental illness. A retired nurse with a master’s degree in gerontological nursing, she didn’t understand the importance of mental illness education until it touched her own family. “Even though I spent my career, 50-some years, more »

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