NCMHR is united by these values:
The National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery (NCMHR) invites you to join us in advocating for mental health supports and approaches that promote recovery, healing from trauma, and social justice for individuals, families, and communities. Become a member today!
NCMHR Has Two Types of Membership:
Individual Membership: The cost of individual membership is $25.00. Join here
Organizational Membership: Peer-led organizations are encouraged to become organizational members. The cost of membership is based on the organization’s annual budget, not including pass-through funds. Organizational members are listed on the website: http://ncmhr.org/members.htm Join here
Please Note: Although revenue from membership dues is vital to NCMHR's continued operation, it is our goal to represent peer-led organizations, individuals, and our allies across the United States and we will not deny membership due to financial hardship. If you would like to join NCMHR but wish to apply for a reduced annual payment, please contact us at email@example.com.
Membership Benefits Include:
Stay Up-to-Date on the Latest News from the Hill: Members of NCMHR receive Action Alerts and e-blasts, notifying members of current policy issues that affect persons with mental health labels and histories.
Have a Voice in our Mission and Organization: NCMHR members steer our short-term and long-term objectives and goals and work together on creating and implementing our message to policy-makers and others. Members also vote for the Board of Directors of NCMHR during biannual elections.
Become a Committee Member: Join an NCMHR committee to help shape our national position on topics affecting our rights and advocate for change.
We believe it is possible for everyone.
We need to be in control of our own lives.
We need meaningful choices, including a range of recovery-oriented services.
We must be centrally involved in any dialogues and decisions affecting us.
We will campaign to eliminate stigma and discrimination.
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