NAMI PGC has always worked to raise awareness about the importance of mental health as well as the signs of mental illness and the community-based resources that can address it. COVID-19 has made this work both more challenging and more urgent. It has meant retooling the Helpline to share resources that address virus-related mental health concerns and finding ways to assist volunteer program leaders and support group participants who are experiencing distress caused by isolation and fear. Discovering innovative ways to continue its critical mental health advocacy, education, and training services in our new socially-distanced world is yet another challenge. For individuals most at risk of mental illness or substance abuse – children and youth, the elderly, veterans and their families, caretakers, individuals in the criminal justice system, and the homeless – NAMI is committed to the community it has always served.
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