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Welcome to NAMI Pasco County, Florida

Our Mission: NAMI Pasco County, Florida, Inc., an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization. The NAMI Pasco County’s mission is to promote recovery for children, adults, and military personnel with mental illness, to aid families and caregivers, to increase public awareness and understanding, to eradicate stigma, and to propagate improved services and research; through advocacy, educational classes, workshops, seminars, support groups, community and member activities and training of law enforcement officers, in order to realize a positive difference in availability of programs, medical treatment, betterment of living conditions, and the overall quality of life for those with mental disorders.

If you or someone you love has a mental illness and you are seeking help and information, know that you are not alone. Through NAMI Pasco support groups, education, and advocacy efforts, you can connect with others experiencing the trauma of mental illness. Veterans and their families can receive help targeted to their specific needs and experiences. Educational classes are offered to improve our understanding of mental illness and its treatment. All classes and support groups are offered free of charge.

NAMI Pasco serves residents in New Port Richey, Port Richey, Hudson, Elfers, Dade City, Wesley Chapel, Trinity. Holiday, Zephyrhills, Bayonet Point, Odessa, and Land O’ Lakes. We also welcome residents from the surrounding areas.



In The News: NAMI Pasco County, Florida, Inc.

November 14, 2019

From 2013 to 2018 there were 25 deaths by suicide by youth age 10 to 21 here in Pasco County. NAMI Pasco would love to be able to say that from here on there will be zero.

One thing we would like to do to help change the rate is bring Mental Health First Aid for youths to Pasco. To do that we need to raise $3,000 for the training and rights to run the program.

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