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This means Arizona allows you to contribute up to $400 individually or $800 jointly to NAMI Valley of the Sun and receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit against your 2019 or 2020 tax liability. You can participate in Arizona Gives Day, get your money back and help us build our online platform as we support the community during COVID-19! Donate now at 

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You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

By: Judy O.

Our then 25 YO daughter crashed and burned seemingly overnight.  I saw it coming like a train wreck in slow motion; my husband saw a young adult struggling with what she wanted to do in her life. She had graduated from college (school was always a struggle—she’s bright but never very motivated), moved to Austin, TX for a great job opportunity, then started doing some quirky and out of character things. Read More

80 Awesome Mental Health Resources

Sure, pretty much everyone could benefit from therapy. But not everyone can afford it. Thankfully, there’s a whole world of free or affordable mental health care out there designed to help you with just about every issue. Whether your issue is kicking an addiction, managing your emotions, finding a group of like-minded peers, or recovering from trauma, affordable help is available.


What's Happening: NAMI Valley of the Sun

September 9, 2020

August 5, 2020 By Ali Vetnar KTAR News

PHOENIX — Among the most vulnerable are young people with mental health challenges. Before the pandemic, rates of mental illness had been steadily increasing. As the coronavirus pandemic has unfolded, service requests for help with mental health have steadily increased in Arizona.

Despite calls for help typically tricking down during summer months, this year was much different.

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