About

About NAMI

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots organization for people with mental illness and their families. Founded in 1979, NAMI has affiliates in every state and in more than 1,100 local communities across the United States. We believe that pursing mental health involves patience, courage, and the support of others, and we are passionate about providing you with the tools and resources to overcome the negative stigma associated with mental illness.

NAMI West Central Indiana (NAMI-WCI) serves Tippecanoe County and the seven surrounding counties: Benton, Carroll, Clinton, Fountain, Montgomery, Warren and White.

Here at NAMI-WCI, we promise to:

  • Continue to work actively to improve the lives of individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness and their family members
  • Remain vigorous advocates for the implementation of evidence-based practices for mental illness treatment
  • Work to establish a positive environment in which constructive attitudes towards those impacted by mental illness can flourish

Our Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

  1. NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group

    November 20 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  2. NAMI Craft Club

    November 20 @ 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Our Success Stories

Testimonials

Our Mission

NAMI West Central Indiana advocates for support, effective treatment and education for individuals and families affected by mental illness in our community.

NAMI-WCI

Hours
Monday-Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am-1pm

Address
1508 Tippecanoe Street, Rm 1-906
Lafayette IN 47904

  

At NAMI-WCI, we are thankful for all our members and volunteers who keep us going and contribute so much to our organization. Since November is often a time when we reflect on the things we're most thankful for, we're publishing a special piece in our newsletter about the power of thankfulness, and we want to hear from our NAMI members and friends!

What or who are you thankful for?

If you're interested in being featured in our newsletter, please send a couple sentences to office@nami-wci.org or reply below explaining why you're thankful this year.
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Thank you to Valley Oaks Health and their PATH Street Outreach Team as well as Trinity United Methodist Church, Lafayette, IN for organizing and hosting this year's "Sleep a Night On Our Streets" event.

NAMI-WCI appreciates all their work on behalf of those who face the burden of homelessness. #community #support #endhomelessness #awareness
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NAMI-WCI would like to send a thank you to everyone who attended the NAMI-WCI Faithnet Bridge's of Hope Luncheon yesterday at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, and to our partnering agencies. Valley Oaks Health Sycamore Springs Willowstone Family Services Mental Health America Wellspring Counseling Center

A special thank you to our presenters Luci Keazer, Kurt Harker, and Sandy Donahue for helping to make it such a wonderful and informative event!
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