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Like many other nonprofits in Nebraska, we are feeling the effect of cut budgets. Because of lack of funding, NAMI Nebraska needs any financial contribution that you feel comfortable with giving. NAMI saves lives and helps people with mental illness to have a brighter day. Please consider making your tax-deductible donation to NAMI Nebraska...[Donate Now]

Speaker’s Bureau

NAMI Nebraska knows just how important it is to share stories of mental illness. Not only does it help the community, but it helps the person in recovery. As a mental health non-profit agency, our purpose is to empower individuals through advocacy, support, and education. Our goal is to prepare individuals in how to share their story with various types of audiences who are interested in hearing messages of hope, resilience, and strength through all types of mental illness experiences. To apply for the Speaker’s Bureau, click here .

If you are interested in one of our speakers, below is a list of speakers who are able to talk about various mental illness experiences to different types of audiences. If you are interested in booking a speaker, please contact NAMI Nebraska at 402-345-8101 or [email protected]

TOMTom Adams
Tom has been in social work for 42 years and has worked with mental illness in individuals across all ages. He has been the Executive Director of NAMI Nebraska for 4 years, which focuses on education, support, and advocacy and bringing hope and support to individuals and their family members who are challenged by mental illness in their lives.

Topic availability: Overview of mental illness, mental health and the faith community, healthy living

SUZIE 2Suzie Noonan
Suzie was the Connection Coordinator for NAMI Nebraska and has been with NAMI for four years.  She was a Connection facilitator and a State Trainer for Connection facilitators. Suzie has lived experience with mental illness and substance abuse, and is a Certified Peer Support and Wellness Specialist. One of her biggest concerns is the self-stigmatization people impose on themselves. She always encourages others to recognize themselves as individuals, not their diagnoses.
Topic Availability: Experience with dual diagnosis and recovery, the importance of peer support
RodRod Atwood
Rod Atwood has worked on a psychiatric unit for CHI Health for the past eight years and facilitates NAMI Connection Meetings on the CHI Immanuel Campus. He shares personal struggles and triumphs from his own life.
Topic Availability:  Advocacy, Reaching Goals,                                          Maintaining Good Mental Health

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