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Get involved and make a difference in the lives of Americans living with mental health conditions. In this section you can learn the many ways to support NAMI WRV, including tax-deductible donations, becoming a member, and inspiring events.


Journey to Wellness Art Show

Every March, we host a "Journey to Wellness" art show where all mediums, all levels, were part of the art show, and the theme was what your interpretation of your journey to wellness may be. Whether it be a standard oil painting, a culinary discovery, or a ceramic bowl, were on display on what you feel like your path to wellness.

Biking for mental wellness

Biking for Mental Wellness

Every May, for Mental Health Awareness Month, we encourage leaders from the business sector, as well as non-profit, government & faith leaders, to take part in our Biking for Mental Wellness, a stigmafree Ride. This family-friendly and leisurely bike ride that takes place for the entire month.

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5B Open Fore Recovery

Every September, we host an annual Swing Fore Recovery Golf Tournament, the 5B Open for Suicide Prevention & Recovery Month. Teams are invited to once again join for the month out on the greens with your friends and colleagues while participating in a unique team-building experience that supports important work within our community. 

Pledge to Be StigmaFree

The first step is helping us stop the stigma against mental health. With your help, we can stop stigma from being a barrier against people seeking help and speaking out.



You have the power to change how decision makers support people with mental health conditions. Your personal story is always right—and it can change the hearts and minds of policymakers.



Get involved and make a difference in the lives of Americans living with mental health conditions.


Donate to NAMI

Your financial contribution to NAMI helps a create a world where all people affected by mental illness can experience hope, recovery, wellness and freedom from stigma.


Become a member of NAMI today and show that mental health is something we all need to care about.