Housing is a cornerstone for recovery. An array of behavioral health housing options working in a continuum, is critical to providing people living with mental health conditions and substance abuse disorders, the continuity of care and stability they need to achieve recovery outcomes, therefore reducing the utilization of shelters, hospitalizations and involvement with the criminal justice system.
NAMI Florida Annual Conference Summary
2014 Annual Meeting and Conference documents are now available.
- 2014 Annual Meeting Summary - pdf
- Criminal Justice Resolution - pdf
- Trouble in Paradise, presentation by Sita Diehl - pdf
- Mike Hansen NAMI Presentation - pptx
NAMI Florida expresses heartfelt appreciation to the Florida Medicaid Drug Therapy Management Program, University of South Florida, College of Behavioral and Community Sciences for sponsoring our 2014 Annual Meeting!
It’s time to look at your health care needs and options.
Open enrollment is here! If you don’t have health insurance or are looking for more affordable health insurance and haven't looked at the Health Insurance Marketplace―open enrollment is the time to look. During “open enrollment” you can buy private health insurance through the marketplace in each state. Depending on your income you can get financial help to pay for health insurance. If you have affordable employer-provided health insurance or are already covered by Medicaid or Medicare you cannot receive financial help paying for private health insurance coverage.
How Much Do You Know About Mental Illness?
NAMI Florida Survey
Please take a minute to participate in a research survey conducted by NAMI Florida. The questions are designed to identify difficulties and problems you have experienced with managed care, Medicaid/Medicare or private insurance getting access to medications.
To participate, please go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C99QZPQ