NAMIWalks NH

NAMI Walks 2014

Registration is now open for NAMIWalks 2014! Click here to form a Team, join a Team, or register as an Individual Walker.

Support a Walker/Team or make a general donation here.

Interested in Sponsorship? Click here to learn more, email walks@naminh.org, or call 603-225-5359.

YOU’RE INVITED!
Walk Information Meeting – Thursday, April 17th, 5:00 pm at NAMI NH
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Kick Off Lunch – Thursday, August 7th, Red River Theatres
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NAMIWalks NH 2014 - Sunday, October 5th

Soccer Fields at NH Hospital - across from Memorial Field
(South Fruit Street, Concord, NH)

CHANGING MINDS…ONE STEP AT A TIME

WALK DAY SCHEDULE
(Sunday, October 5, 2014 – Soccer Fields at NH Hospital, South Fruit St.)

9:00 am – Registration opens + program begins

9:30 am – Team T-Shirt Contest

10:00 am – Speakers, Walk Information, + Ribbon Cutting

10:30 am – And they’re off! (Walking starts)

Post-Walk – enjoy music, a BBQ lunch with hamburgers + hot dogs (vegetarian options too), face painting, activities, + more.

* The walk is family-friendly + dog-friendly.  Walk route is approximately 5K, with a shorter option also available. *

Use the links on the left to navigate through the Walk Web Pages!

Thank You 2013 Sponsors!

We’re so grateful to our 2013 NAMIWalks NH sponsors for helping NAMI NH offer education, support & advocacy to over 12,000 NH children, adults and their families affected by mental illness last year.  Learn how you can become a 2014 NAMIWalks NH sponsor by clicking here, emailing Kim Murdoch at walks@naminh.org, or calling 603-225-5359.

2013 SILVER SPONSOR

NH CBHC
2013 START/FINISH SPONSOR

WestBridge

 
2013 BRONZE SPONSOR

 Dartmouth Hitchcock

2013 MEDIA SPONSORS

WMUR - 9105.5 WJYYConcordTV

2013 SUPPORTERS

All Metals Industries Inc.
Anthem
Centrix Bank
E&S Insurance
Genesis Behavioral Health
Henniker Septic Service
Merrimack County Savings Bank
NH Psychiatric Society
Riverbend Community Mental Health
Seacoast Mental Health
St. Joseph Hospital
 

2013 KILOMETER SPONSORS

Attorney Eileen Nevins
Beasley & Ferber, PA
Butenhof & Bomster, PC
Cross Insurance
Edward Jones - Bedford
Greater Nashua Mental Health Center
McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton
NH Hospital Association
Office of Public Guardian
Sheehan, Schiavoni, Jutras and Magliocchetti, LLP
St. Pierre Financial Services, PLLC
 

NAMIWalks NH 2013 was 71 Teams strong – thank you to the following teams!  We look forward to seeing you again at NAMIWalks NH 2014…

#MentalHealthStrong
Active Minds
BA Sunshine
BHS'ers
BringChange2Mind
CENTER FOR LIFE MANAGEMENT
Chevy Crusiers
Children's Mental Health Network - NH
Community Partners
Concord NAMI
corey's team
Derryfield School Key Club
Destiny Unbound
FAMILY
For the Vets
Grammy Drew's Team
Graphic Packaging
Greater Nashua Mental Health Center
H.E.A.R.T.S. Peer Supporters of Greater Nashua
In Memory of Zak
InShape Manchester
Kappa Alpha Mu
Kappa Alpha Mu Alumnae
Keely Marie - Do you see? - Team
Label Me Happy
Manchester Homeless Services Center
Manchester Raisins
MAS Medical Staffing
NAMI Army
NAMI NH BoardWalkers
NAMI NH Staff + Friends
NEC Walkers
New Futures
NH BHAC
NH Hospital Freudian Slippers
NHTI Walks With NAMI
Nurses for a Cause
Parents Meeting the Challenge
PASS NG3 walks with NAMI
Phi Theta Kappa
Poirier
Resilient Hope
Riverbend Rocks the Walk
RU WITH ME
RUOK
Seacoast Striders
Sigma Chi at UNH
Sole Sisters and Brothers
Stacy & Christopher Thrall
Team
Team Davidson
Team Genesis
Team Golden
Team Headbutts
TEAM IOOV
Team Keene
Team Postpartum Disorders - Speak up when you are down
TEAM SOS
Team UP
Team WooSah
Team Zousck
The Samaritans
The Stigma Fighters
The Walking Shrinks
Three Cs
THS Panda Express
Tri-City Coop
UNH Social Work
Upper Valley Stigma Stompers
Walking For Connor
WESTBRIDGE WALKERS

Did you know?

  • In NH over next 12 months approximately 254,000 adults will experience one or more diagnosable mental health disorders.
  • About 55,000 (1 in 5) children in NH – either currently or at some time in their life - have had a seriously debilitating mental disorder.
  • Fewer than 1/3 of adults and 1/2 of children with a diagnosable mental disorder receive any mental health services in a given year.
  • 90% of all people who die by suicide have either a mental illness or substance abuse disorder.

WE must raise the public’s awareness of mental illness as a chronic disease and break down the stigma that often causes people with mental illnesses to avoid seeking the treatment, services and supports they need and deserve.

 

NAMIWalks NH

Thank you to everyone who joined us at NAMIWalks NH for thepast 11 years!

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