From child to senior our loved ones are getting very sick and dying because America is not properly educated on the early signs and symptoms of mental health problems which includes addictions. The all-in costs of America’s drug addiction problem are one trillion dollars ($1,000,000,000,000) every year. The cost of suicide and suicide attempts in […]
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What is AMWA?
The American Mental Wellness Association is the umbrella organization which unites individuals and organizations together as one voice for mental wellness in the United States.
Become a Champion
Mental Wellness Champions are individuals and organizations that want to take a stand for mental wellness. Becoming a champion is free, easy, and benefits include:
- Uniting as one voice
- Participation in discussion
- Access to up-to-date research
- Networking with national advocates
- Strength in numbers
- Free tools, trainings, and best practices
Latest Research & Articles
The United States is battling a drug epidemic that is destroying the lives of many of its citizens, both those misusing substances, and their families (Maxwell, 2011, Stehr,2015, & Tiger, 2017). One in three people will develop a problem with alcohol at some point in their life, and one in eight will become dependent on […]
Should mentally ill people stay out of and away from politics? Mental illness is an instability in itself, and it is well known that the media tends to cover negative events over positive ones. So is there any hope for mentally ill people to interact in media and politics, or are the stigma and the […]