Mental Health Town Hall 2022

A Chance for Change

Please join us for the NAMI-Memphis Mental Health Town Hall 2022!

This will be a forum to discuss ways to improve mental health and access to mental health care in our community.  

Everyone is invited!

This event includes a panel of community leaders exchanging ideas with the audience.

Tuesday October 18, 2022

6-8 PM

Panelists will include 

Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris

Representative from office of Memphis City Mayor Jim Strickland

District Attorney Steve Mulroy

NAMI Memphis President John Tetzeli

NAMI Memphis Vice President Charles Thompson 

Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library

3030 Poplar Avenue

Room #3

Memphis 38111

(901) 725-0305

Family to Family Class

NAMI Memphis will be offering a Family to Family class virtually starting Saturday June 25, 2022 at 10:00 am-12:30 pm for eight consecutive Saturdays until August 20th, 2022. We will skip the 4th of July weekend.

Family to Family is a free course 8-session course taught by trained family members. It provides the basic education and skill training needed to cope with the difficulties associated with caring for adult relatives who are mental health consumers. Family to Family offers helpful skill-building classes, such as problem management, communication and crisis planning, and provides care givers with immediate coping skills for dealing with the different cycles of each illness. The class also helps you with

* Communication 
* Coping and Self-Care 
* Problem Management
* Advocacy and Stigma
* Organization and Record-Keeping

Please contact our office at 901-725-0305 to register

NAMI Tennessee’s Annual State Convention

NAMI Tennessee is having their Virtual Annual State Convention, September 23-24 2021. To learn more about their featured keynote speakers:

To register, go to:

Pardon our dust!

We are working to bring you a new website and social media experience! If you need assistance while things are coming online, please call us at 901-725-0305.