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NAMI Minnesota
1919 University Ave. W., Suite 400
Saint Paul, MN 55104

phone: 651-645-2948
toll free: 1-888-NAMI-Helps
fax: 651-645-7379


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NAMI Minnesota is a statewide grassroots organization that champions justice, dignity and respect for all people affected by mental illnesses. NAMI Minnesota encourages its members to become active at the local affiliate level. Membership at any level - local, state, or national - means membership at all levels. To find local affiliates, click here.

Regular and Open Door memberships will continue to apply only to one individual. A Household membership will apply to everyone living in a single household whose names are provided to NAMI.

If you join online with a Household membership, please email the full names of the other people living in the household that you want to include. Use Household Membership for the email subject line, and then list your name and the names you want included. Email to Maria Andrew at

You can also join by sending a check to: NAMI Minnesota, 1919 University Ave. W., Suite 400, St. Paul, MN 55104. Please note "for membership" on the memo line.

Member benefits:

Information on mental illnesses, medications, treatment options, legislative efforts, research, educational programs, events, and advocacy opportunities.
Receive quarterly NAMI Minnesota Advocate newsletter, and the NAMI Advocate news magazine published by the national NAMI.
Membership includes all three levels of NAMI: local, state and national.
Access to NAMI Minnesota e-newsletters.
Information on free educational programs such as Family-to-Family, Hope for Recovery, Children's Challenging Behaviors, Mental Health Crisis Planning, or programs on topics such as medications, legislation, housing, employment, forensic issues, etc.
Timely notices on meetings, support groups and public awareness events.
Opportunities to participate in local, state, and national grassroots initiatives and legislative advocacy.
Discounts on NAMI conferences.
Most importantly, the knowledge that, in partnership with all NAMI members, you are helping advance social justice for people affected by mental illness.