NAMI Greater Milwaukee is a non-profit community-based, self-help, support, education and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of those with mental illness, their families, and those touched by mental illness.
ASK (Access, Support and Knowledge) is a NAMI program which provides free consultation and support services specifically for Milwaukee's African American community. ASK started in 2007 thanks to support and partnership from AstraZeneca and the Charles E. Kubly Foundation. Please call our office at (414) 344-0447 if you have questions or are interested in outreach opportunities.
Family-to-Family is a free, 12-week NAMI course for family members and close friends of individuals with severe mental illnesses. The course is taught by trained family members. Participants learn information about illnesses of the brain and their treatment, coping skills and the power of advocacy. Please call our office at (414) 344-0447 if interested in participating.
In Our Own Voice is the consumer speaker's bureau offered to the public. This NAMI program introduces groups to people who have a diagnosis to those wanting to learn about their lives. Speakers within the program are trained to tell their own stories. It’s through disclosure and personal contact that barriers break down and stigma begins to erode. If your group is interested in having a trained speaker address your group, or if you’re interested in becoming an In Our Own Voice trained speaker, please call the office at (414) 344-0447.
NAMI Connection Mutual Support Group is Peer support for persons with any mental illness.