Welcome to NAMI South Carolina
Mental illnesses are brain disorders. One in four people is affected by mental illness. Forty million Americans a year experience some type of mental illness such as major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive disorder or anxiety disorders. You are not alone!
NAMI’s educational programs, support groups, and resources are available to you at the national, state, and local levels. We invite you to navigate our website and see what services are most suitable for your needs.
Visit the Local Affiliates page to locate a NAMI affiliate in your area. We hope that you will join us in the fight to eliminate stigma and advocate for the best treatments for those with mental illness. With the right education, support, and treatments, recovery is possible.
Find Your Local Affiliate
Support Our Work
Learn about Our Programs
Mental Health News
The House voted on the American Health Care Act in early May. Now, the Senate is working on its own health reform bill and may try to vote on it by the end of June. Congress should improve mental health coverage by working across the aisle in a transparent process. Instead, Senate leaders are working[…]
2017 NAMI South Carolina Annual Conference Registration Form Friday, August 25, 2017 Awards Reception and Silent Auction 6-9PM Meridian Building 17th Floor (Walking Distance for those staying at the Marriott) 1320 Main St., Columbia, SC 29201 Saturday, August 26, 2017 Conference 8AM-5PM Columbia Marriott 1200 Hampton St., Columbia, SC 29201 Mail this completed[…]
Invest in mental health and innovation Reject Medicaid caps or block grants that drive down innovation and force state program cuts, putting individuals with mental illness and families at risk Support Medicaid expansion, with income-based eligibility, to provide coverage and a pathway to self-sufficiency for individuals with mental health conditions Ensure insurance market reforms include[…]
We’re celebrating! Last night, the House passed H.R. 34 by a stunning vote of 392-26. Widely referred to as the 21st Century Cures Act, the bill includes provisions from the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act of 2016 (H.R. 2646) and from S. 2680, the Mental Health Reform Act of 2016. It also contains[…]