Join NAMI Vermont Today!

By Amy Perry  |  March 21, 2018  |  Home

NAMI Vermont needs people like you and voices like yours to be heard! By being a member of NAMI Vermont, you are joining a nationwide organization that is one of America’s largest grassroots organizations dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with mental illness.

Your membership and donations help NAMI Vermont:

  • provide free programs and support groups to everyone in your community,
  • advocate at all levels of government for access to treatment and services,
  • fight stigma through information, awareness and education.

As a member, you get FREE membership with NAMI National, subscriptions to national and local publications, a voice and a vote at both national and local levels, discounts to events during the year, like our Pathways to Wellness Conference in May, and much more. To learn all about the benefits of being a member and to register today, click the button below:

Already a member?

If you are a member of NAMI Vermont, then the first thing we need to say is

Our programs depend on your generous support through membership fees and donations, but they also rely on your ACTIVE PARTICIPATION!

How Can You Get Involved?

Share a Story. Everyone has a story to tell. We would love to hear it and help you share with others.

Support NAMI MINDWalk. Be a participant or a volunteer to help with our annual fundraiser.

Host a DIY Fundraiser in your community! NAMI Vermont can offer support should you decide to host a yard sale or a fundraising night at a local restaurant for your local NAMI affiliate.

Outreach and Promote NAMI. Help us plan and distribute educational and promotional materials to support NAMI Vermont programming.

Be a Champion Volunteer! Whether it’s stuffing envelopes to providing IT support to helping people with transportation to and from classes, there are many ways we could use your help!

Be a Teacher/Facilitator. Take that next step and talk to us about training to lead a program, class, or workshop around the state.

Want to share how you can help, fill out our volunteer form here.

Please consider becoming a member, make a donation or get involved today. Raise your voice and join us in working to reduce stigma surrounding mental illness!


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