Celebrating NAMI’s Advocate of the Quarter Award from CCMH

We are thrilled to share the news that the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has been recognized as the Advocate of the Quarter by Columbia Community Mental Health (CCMH). This award is a testament to NAMI's exceptional commitment to advocating for the rights and well-being of individuals affected by mental illness.

NAMI's receipt of this award underscores their unwavering dedication to mental health advocacy. Through their tireless efforts, NAMI has become a leading voice in raising awareness and reducing stigma surrounding mental health issues. From educational initiatives to community outreach programs, NAMI's advocacy work has made a lasting impact on individuals and communities alike.

Integrity is at the core of NAMI's advocacy principles. They conduct their work with honesty, transparency, and respect for all individuals, ensuring that their efforts are grounded in authenticity and inclusivity. This commitment to integrity has earned NAMI the trust and admiration of those they serve.

Despite the challenges they face, including systemic barriers and misconceptions surrounding mental illness, NAMI perseveres in their mission to promote mental health equity and social justice. Their resilience in the face of adversity serves as an inspiration to us all, reminding us of the importance of standing up for what we believe in.

As we celebrate NAMI's Advocate of the Quarter award from CCMH, let us join together in honoring their dedication and passion. Together, we can continue to advocate for a world where mental health is embraced with compassion, understanding, and unwavering support.

Photographed: Todd Jacobson (CCMH) and Judy Thompson (NAMI)

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