Join the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
At NAMI, we believe a diverse, inclusive and equitable organization (or Alliance) is one where all employees, volunteers and members — regardless of gender, race, gender identity, ethnicity, national origin, age, sexual orientation, education, disability, veteran status or other dimension of diversity — feel valued and respected.
1. Open Door/Limited Income - $5.00
2. Individual- $40.00
3. Household - $60.00 includes all living at the same address
To JOIN US, please follow the link below to set up your account with Nami National and please select NAMI Dubuque as your affiliate and "OPT-IN" for email reminders for membership updating.
For individual members, our option via PayPal is available below
NAMI Dubuque is a non-profit 501c3 organization. Membership dues are tax deductible as a charitable donation.
All NAMI members receive the benefits of membership at all three levels of the organization including:
Membership in the local affiliate, state organization, and NAMI national organization.
Eligibility to vote in all NAMI elections.
A subscription to The Advocate, NAMI's quarterly magazine, as well as access to optional subscriptions to specialty newsletters and information at the national, state, and local levels.
Member discounts on brochures, videos, promotional items, and registration at NAMI's annual convention and many state and local conferences.
Access to exclusive members-only material on www.nami.org.
Pay by Check
If you prefer to pay membership dues by check, please make check payable to NAMI Dubuque and mail to:
Schmid Innovation Center
900 Jackson Street - Suite LL5-2B
Dubuque, IA 52001
NAMI Dubuque was incorporated in 1996 and we have a strong presence in the community for our signature program, classes, support groups and resource sharing. We want to eliminate stigma, advocate for equitable, accessible care for mental health and brain health services in the area. NAMI stands firm in its conviction that mental illness should not be an obstacle to a full and meaningful life for persons with mental illness.