NAMIWalks NH is the largest mental health awareness and fundraising event in NH. This event helps NAMI NH provide education, support, and advocacy for more than 21,000 adults and children affected by mental illness and suicide each year.
Please join us for the 17th Annual NAMIWalks on Sunday, October 6th in Concord! Free online registration is now open at www.namiwalksnh.org. NAMIWalks NH is family-friendly, dog-friendly, and FUN!
View our lineup of fantastic 2019 Walk teams!
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Mental illness is a chronic disease that affects over 254,000 adults and 55,000 children in NH each year.
In the US, the annual economic, indirect cost of mental illnesses is estimated to be $79 Billion. Most of that amount – approximately $63 Billion – reflects the loss of productivity.
- A study conducted on the effects of depression in the workplace found that depression caused a loss of $44 Billion each year.
- More than 90% of people who die by suicide have a diagnosable mental disorder.
- Mental Illness treatment has a better recovery rate than treating heart disease.
NAMI NH provides support, education and advocacy to individuals and families affected by mental illness. Each year we provided hope and help to over 21,000 NH residents.
5K + shorter route available
Post-Walk – enjoy music, a BBQ lunch with hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, and entertainment.
* NAMIWalks NH is family-friendly + dog-friendly. Walk route is approximately 5K, with a shorter option also available. *
Thank you for supporting NAMIWalks NH for the first 16 years; we can’t wait to welcome you to the 17th Annual NAMIWalks NH on Sunday, October 6th!
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