As we close another year, we reflect on our efforts to provide meaningful education, support and advocacy about mental illness and its impact on individuals, their loved ones, and the wider community.
In 2022, we delivered:
1 – Website that provided helpful information for more than 48,000 visits
2 – Family-to-Family educational programs, serving 24 family members and friends
5 – Community workshops, with 165 participants
8 – Presentations to community and religious groups, reaching 263 individuals
12 – Awareness events, meeting 778 table visitors
37 – Presentations to educational institutions, reaching 1,530 students and teachers
52 – Weekly bulletins, including 6 bimonthly newsletters, to 810 subscribers
>120 – Responses to individual requests for information
136 – Support group meetings, serving more than 85 people each quarter
144 – Posts for 3,080 followers across our social media channels
Looking ahead, we aim to broaden our reach in the community and support more people through their journeys of recovery and care. We will continue to raise awareness of mental illness and advocate for better services in 2023.
The demand for mental health services has increased exponentially over the last couple of years in all sectors and age groups. In order to keep up with this growing demand, we need your help. At this time of year, as you reflect on what is important to you, please consider a donation to NAMI Main Line PA to keep our free services readily available to the communities we serve.
Please make a donation in support of our work: https://namimainlinepa.org/donate/.