NAMI on Campus HCC is a student-led campus club that helps to address the mental health needs of students and raise mental health awareness among campus communities by providing peer support, education and advocacy on campus.

NAMI on Campus HCC will strive to:
  • Serve as a supportive group for students.
  • Establish strong ties with resources on campus.
  • Educate and increase awareness amongst students, faculty, and administrators of mental health issues.
  • Provide information and resources on mental health conditions to the entire college community.
  • Promote early detection and intervention for mental health conditions.
  • Combat the stigma that surrounds mental health conditions by increasing awareness of these conditions, their symptoms and available treatments.
  • Advocate with administrators to improve mental health care services on campus and promote education about mental illness among students.
  • Request and receive funds in support of all of the above.
NAMI on Campus HCC shall endeavor to sponsor and conduct programs and activities that furthers the purposes and objectives of NAMI, and shall use its best efforts to ensure that such programs and activities are consistent with NAMI’s stated values and mission.
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